tally[ tal-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF tally
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The dates, circumstances, all tally in the minutest particulars.
Neither did our conduct at all tally with the reputation that preceded us.
It had entirely failed to tally with his expectations of it.
This startling fact did not tally somehow with the idea Davidson had of Heyst.
It is hard that a man's exterior should tally so little sometimes with his soul.
Success requires that the counting should tally with the pointing.
Anthony unearthed a college chum who was tally man at a sawmill.
The young manager watched the operations and took a tally of the props.
To make sure that Tally was really dead I got down into the boat.
This tally did not cover Indians, of whom he had slain several.