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Correct spelling:
bookkeeper
Definition:
someone who records the transactions of a business

Synonyms:

noun
accountant
auditor, clerk, cpa, bean counter.
assistant
clerk.
clerk
actuary.
person
bookkeeper.
recorder
accountant, annalist, archivist, biographer, chronicler, clerk, diarist, historian, journalist, recorder, scribe, stenographer, Memorialist.
treasurer
auditor, banker, bursar, cashier, comptroller, controller, executive, financier, lender, loaner, manager, moneylender, officer, official, teller, treasurer, trustee.
Examples of usage:
  1. 2561. You think Mr. Sandison, your bookkeeper, would be better able to point these out than you? – Second Shetland Truck System Report by William Guthrie
  2. They were to marry immediately and Ian would go into Ragnor's business as bookkeeper. – An Orkney Maid by Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
  3. The German- American said he was bookkeeper in some glass- works which had been closed by our tariff, and he confessed that he did not mean to return to us, though he spoke of German affairs with the impartiality of an outsider. – Their Silver Wedding Journey by William Dean Howells
  4. I reckon, by the way, if you'd care to turn bookkeeper, you'd be worth as good as a hundred a month to me." – The Ancient Law by Ellen Glasgow
  5. That done, you shall write a copy of the same with your own hand, which you shall deliver before the ship shall depart for the voyage, to the company's bookkeeper, here to be kept to their behalf, to the end that they may be justly answered the same when time shall require; and this order to be seen and kept every voyage orderly, by the pursers of the company's own ship in any wise. – The Discovery of Muscovy etc. by Richard Hakluyt

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