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adjective as in ruined

adjective as in wrecked

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Airbnb, DoorDash and Affirm filed this month to go public and are expected to add billions of dollars to that total.

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In 2020, having raised just $550,000 from investors such as Atlanta Ventures in total since its founding since 2013, some of Calendly’s would-be suitors have casually valued the company “well north” of $1 billion, says Awotona.

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In 2019, R&D in hydrogen globally was roughly $800 million—out of $20 billion in total—less than half the amount marked out for fossil fuels.

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Einstein continued to push Mach’s view for several years after publishing general relativity in 1915, living in total denial of the fact that his own theory went against it.

My second largest investment is total stock market index funds, where I’ve also been making money from the Big Six this year, but where their influence is smaller than the S&P funds.

Fines and court fees for the year in this city of just 21,000 people totaled $2,635,400.

At the end of the night, sales reportedly totaled $38.8 million for the DiCaprio Foundation's conservation efforts.

The “Harlem Shake” videos, meanwhile, have totaled over 175 million YouTube views and counting.

While Kelley will not provide an estimate, she says she believes the emails totaled in the hundreds.

But for all of 2012, originations totaled $524 billion, a 47 percent increase from $357 billion worth of new mortgages in 2011.

I'd totaled about three hours of sleep, and even three cups of the Turk's caffeine mud failed to jump-start my brain.

Already the catch of furs totaled ninety marten, a few mink, a dozen wolves—and two pelts of that rara avis, the silver fox.

"Dey's shuah-all a good bunch—folks is," said Smokey, his eyes big as he totaled three dollars and twenty-five cents.

Ted totaled the figures, while the boys hung eagerly over him to learn the result.

There was a subscription taken up and up to Wednesday the amount contributed totaled $15,000.


On this page you'll find 799 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to totaled, such as: flawed, impaired, injured, run down, bent, and blemished.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.