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Remitting

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giving, abating, absolution, absolve, acquittal, authorise, authorize, avoid, bear, behave.
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account
Definition:
To render an account; to answer in judgment; -- with for; as, we must account for the use of our opportunities.

Synonyms:

noun
account
account statement, accounting, answer for, asset, balance, balance sheet, bill, budget, business relationship, calculate, chronicle, describe, docket, explanation, general ledger, history, inventory, invoice, journal, ledger, news report, profit and loss, receipts, reckoning, register, report, roll, schedule, score, slate, story, total, write up, Cashbook, books.
account for
answer for, clear up, constitute, defeat, destroy, elucidate, explain, give, illuminate, justify, provide, rationalize, represent, supply, vindicate, make up, kill, be responsible for, account for the missing money, give reasons for, come up with an explanation, say why, exports account for half our income, account for an enemy.
attribute
account.
basis or consideration for action
cause, ground, grounds, interest, justification, motive, rationale, rationalization, reason, regard, sake.
benefit
gravy, egg in one's beer.
calculation
algebra, algorithm, appraisal, approximation, arithmetic, assessment, calculation, calculus, computation, conclusion, consideration, deduction, determination, division, enumeration, estimation, evaluation, inference, judgement, mathematics, measurement, method, multiplication, presumption, quantification, statistics, supposition, system, thought, triangulation, valuation.
cause
causation, determinant, mainspring, maker, prime mover, Causations, mainsprings, motivations, origins, determinants.
chronicle
album, anecdote, archive, autobiography, biography, book, calendar, catalog, chronicle, chronology, daybook, description, diary, epic, history, index, log, memo, memorandum, narrative, newsletter, newspaper, notebook, recital, record, scrapbook, statement, yearbook, Bank book.
communication
account, chronicle, history, story.
credit
credit, draft, lien, loan, mortgage, tab, time, trust.
debit
collectible, collectibles.
documentary
docudrama.
list
annals, annual, bill, census, check, collection, detail, dictionary, digest, documentation, file, itemization, lexicon, list, logbook, manifest, menu, novel, pad, recording, recount, registry, repertory, roster, scroll, store, summary, table, tablet, tabulate, thesaurus, treasury, waybill, workbook, Storybook, blank-book, cash book.
motive
account, score.
narration
storytelling, voiceover, recountal, voice-over.
news
announcement, bulletin, communication, dispatch, epistle, flash, gossip, information, message, news, notice, release, report, rumor.
on account of
owing to, because of, the reason is.
prose
allegory, episode, fable, fiction, legend, myth, novella, parable, plainness, prosaicness, prose, reminiscence, romance, saga, scenario, serial, short story, story, storyline, tale, yarn, reading matter, retelling.
purchaser
debtor.
record of finances, fees, or charges
balance, bill, book, charge, check, computation, cuff, grunt, inventory, invoice, iou, ledger, reckoning, record, register, statement, tally, books, bad news.
report
article, memoir, monograph, portrayal, recounting, telling, treatise.
representation
Re-presentation.
reputation
acceptability, dependability, reliability, rep, repute, trustworthiness, dependabilities.
respect
honor.
sake
wellbeing.
serviceableness
utility.
talebearing
Gossipry.
trust
guardianship, trusteeship, trusteeships.
utility
advantageousness.
word
word, by-word, by-words.
written description of past events
abcs, bulletin, chronicle, detail, explanation, history, make, narration, narrative, recital, report, score, story, tab, take, tale, version, Annal, lowdown, blow by blow, run-down.
verb
account
clarify, describe, explain, explicate, justify, rationalize.
benefit
advantage.
calculate
add, appraise, approximate, assess, calculate, compute, conclude, consider, count, deduce, determine, divide, enumerate, estimate, evaluate, figure, gauge, guess, infer, judge, measure, multiply, plan, plot, presume, program, quantify, quantize, rank, rate, reckon, scheme, score, study, sum, suppose, surmise, systematize, tally, think, triangulate, value, weigh.
chronicle
clock, minute, note, Journalize.
list
audit, collect, document, itemize, summarize.
possession
account, calculate.
report
narrate, portray, retell, state, tell.
stative
account.
Examples of usage:
  1. But I believe, that the true account is that which I have here given. – A New System; or, an Analysis of Antient Mythology. Volume II. (of VI.) by Jacob Bryant
  2. Go on with the account." – Invaders from the Infinite by John Wood Campbell
  3. We can't favor him on that account, Penny. – Penny Nichols Finds a Clue by Joan Clark
  4. " Well, I hope all of us will always give a good account of ourselves," said Dick, quietly. – The Dare Boys of 1776 by Stephen Angus Cox
  5. Don't worry any on my account. – The Knave of Diamonds by Ethel May Dell

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