Third-person singular simple present indicative form of count.(verb)
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Use "counts" in a sentence
"We have the entire record before us containing all the eleven counts and findings, both good and bad; and we find by the language of the record itself, that the judges, in passing sentence, _took into consideration all the eleven counts_, as if they had been valid counts with valid findings -- for the judges expressly inflicted punishment on each of the traversers "_for his_ OFFENCES"
"The labeling is screwed up in dozens of ways; my biggest problem is the label counts that keep old labels at a count of 1 even when they no longer exist, needlessly cluttering my label lists."
"For two of them have lately been offered the title counts by the late Shah."