Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tally.(verb)
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Use "tallies" in a sentence
"These tallies were distributed to several high constables, to five great temples, and to merchants in Hyogo and Sakai, the corresponding tallies* being entrusted to the Ouchi family, which, having now recovered its power, was charged with the duty of superintending the trade with China."
"Opposition to health reform has not allowed moderate Dems to avoid tough races: ABC's Josh Goldstein tallies it up and finds Dems who voted against reform because they thought it would insulate them from GOP attacks were sadly mistaken:"
"As the tallies from the last of the precincts trickled in Wednesday, state Sen. Craig Johnson, a Democrat from Port Washington, trailed challenger Jack Martins by 415 votes, and Democratic state Sen. Antoine Thompson of Buffalo, was down 468 votes to Mark Grisanti."