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above the person or persons mentioned earlier, as in a list or enumeration. [1/9 definitions]
agenda a list of things to be done or discussed.
backlist a publisher's list of all in-house books that have been kept in print for a relatively long period of time. [1/2 definitions]
ballot a list of candidates for office or issues to be voted on. [1/6 definitions]
bibliography a list of writings about a certain subject. [3/4 definitions]
bill1 a list of particulars, such as a menu, theater program, or outline of a plan. [2/7 definitions]
bill of fare a list of the dishes available; menu.
bill of lading a list and receipt for goods given by a carrier who is transporting them.
bill of rights a formal list or summary of fundamental rights and liberties to which a people or class is entitled. [2/3 definitions]
blacklist a list of persons or groups that are under suspicion, censure, or investigation, as by government, employers, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
book to list or enter in a book. [1/12 definitions]
budget a list of anticipated expenses and income for a certain period. [1/3 definitions]
bullet a printed dot or other graphic character, usu. one in a series, placed before a list item, a point, or other piece of text to draw attention to or emphasize it. [1/2 definitions]
calendar a chronological list of important events; schedule. [1/4 definitions]
capitulation a list of main headings or parts of a subject. [1/3 definitions]
catalog a systematic, usu. annotated, list of books, merchandise, or the like that is available in or from a source such as a library or mail order merchandiser. [4/5 definitions]
check-box a small empty square printed next to an item on a form, test, or list, to be filled in with a check or other mark to indicate choice or completion. [1/2 definitions]
checklist a thorough or complete list of items compiled for checking or other reference purposes.
chronology a chronological list or table, arranged according to the sequence in which things happened. [1/3 definitions]
class rank a student's position on a list ordered by grade point average of all students in the same grade or year at a school.
column a vertical list or row. [1/5 definitions]