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Correct spelling:
List; inventory.
order (verb)
regulate, plan, compose, pigeonhole, maintain, program, place, settle, structure, right, unsnarl, rate, orchestrate, array, separate, score, systematize, balance, sift, order, schematize, screen, set, control, subordinate, design, marshal, rank, prepare, rationalize, organize, type, chart, adjust, arrange, grade, group, scheme, fix, stratify, methodize, mediate, establish, support, stabilize, categorize, form, plot, collate, normalize, class, sort, classify, harmonize, unify, devise, integrate, shape, frame, cast.
list (noun)
tablet, scrapbook, digest, novel, thesaurus, storybook, inventory, bank-book, roster, roll, register, summary, count, index, manifest, account, enumeration, yearbook, statement, logbook, recount, repertory, record, notebook, book, detail, ledger, diary, annual, menu, store, chronicle, collection, list, waybill, docket, history, total, budget, workbook, blank-book, census, daybook, bill, cash book, dictionary, documentation, tabulate, treasury, pad, score, journal, sum, itemization, log, lexicon, scroll, catalog, calendar, invoice, album, table, check, annals, registry, file, recording, tally.
calculate (verb)
systematize, add, count, assess, plot, account, approximate, evaluate, reckon, total, infer, score, rank, estimate, calculate, divide, rate, conclude, program, deduce, gauge, multiply, consider, appraise, determine, think, enumerate, guess, scheme, value, study, suppose, quantify, figure, surmise, sum, plan, presume, triangulate, compute, tally, weigh, rationalize, measure, judge, quantize.
account (noun)
roll, slate, docket, balance, profit and loss, ledger, register, balance sheet, cashbook, invoice, books, general ledger, reckoning, account, budget, asset, total, receipts, journal, inventory.
intention (noun)
forethought, proposal, goal, choice, intention, object, forecast, plan, expectation, approach, prospectus, will, scenario, procedure, wish, calculation, ambition, consideration, policy, scheme, endeavor, strategy, idea, aim, agenda.
calculation (noun)
computation, plot, method, determination, deduction, reckoning, statistics, presumption, estimation, inference, scheme, count, conclusion, division, thought, calculation, tally, total, algebra, consideration, score, value, plan, quantification, account, study, program, assessment, rank, sum, gauge, evaluation, calculus, arithmetic, triangulation, valuation, algorithm, enumeration, appraisal, approximation, mathematics, system, guess, judgement, multiplication, measurement, supposition.
list (verb)
summarize, digest, total, account, list, document, record, store, inventory, chronicle, check, score, tally, register, itemize, table, log, detail, file, journalize, catalog, tabulate, budget, count, recount, index, book, enumerate, note, invoice, audit, collect.
Other synonyms:
bring forward, booking, entry, concept statement, not lagging behind, agendum, aboard, planning, afloat, certificate, order of business, archive, board, canon, arr., remember, punctual, checklist, blueprint, bookable, timetable, tactic, time, memorial, aisle seat, enrolment, memorandum, company report, postpone, muniment, bus, planned, consent form, put off, conspiracy, put back, catalogue, annual report, instrument, agreement, charter, book on, arrangements, booking office, blue book, preparation, rearrange, lineup, confidentiality agreement, roll call, listing, inscription, order of the day, reschedule, move, dossier, being pushed along.
Examples of usage:
  1. " the trick," said Shelby, " always get ahead of your own schedule, and you're bound to succeed. That's - "The Come Back", Carolyn Wells.
  2. The conductor gave the go- ahead signal, and the motor- man started in to try to make up some of the time lost from his schedule. - "The High School Boys' Training Hike", H. Irving Hancock.
  3. Well, he said, here we are, as per schedule. - "The Long Lane's Turning", Hallie Erminie Rives.
Common misspellings:
  1. schedual (22%)
  2. scheudle (9%)
  3. scedule (8%)
  4. shedule (7%)
  5. schdule (7%)
  6. scheduel (5%)
  7. scheduale (5%)
  8. shcedule (3%)
  9. schudule (3%)
  10. scedual (3%)
  11. scheule (2%)
  12. schudle (2%)
  13. schedul (1%)
  14. sechedule (1%)
  15. scehdule (1%)
  16. schedulle (1%)
  17. cheque (1%)
  18. schdeule (1%)

Misspellings percentages are collected from over 14,913,252 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jul 2012.

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