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Definition of "tallies" []

  • Plural form of tally. (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tally. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

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."