Counted [verb]

Definition of Counted:

add, check in order

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Opposite/Antonyms of Counted:

Sentence/Example of Counted:

Children, and the building of a city shall establish a name, but a blameless wife shall be counted above them both.

In the following words, the vowels have no figure value, hence in translation are never counted.

Until the spirit be poured upon us from on high: and the desert shall be as a charmel, and charmel shall be counted for a forest.

The contents of the pipe-chest he thoroughly knew, for often he counted the pipes.

The notches for him then counted twenty-three years, and number one he notched for me.

She drew it out and counted it in the dark, squinting her eyes in the faint light of the moon.

He drew out his fat note-case and counted twenty-five one-thousand-franc notes on to the table.

Altogether, we counted some seventy-odd thousand dollars, exclusive of the gold-dust in the sacks.

I have counted too much upon the chance of Florimond's being dead, as seemed from the utter lack of news of him.

Thou art grown old in a strange country, thou art defiled with the dead: thou art counted with them that go down into hell.