catalogue

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  • The album features three new tracks as well as songs from their back catalogue.
  • This included the release of their new album and the entire back catalogue.
  • It catalogues almost every song recorded and released by the band during their time together.
  • It has recently opened use of its online catalogue to the general public.
  • Two systems introduced in historical catalogues remain in use to the present day.
  • For this reason all possible states of mind are catalogued, sometimes under more than one head. Cited from Hinduism and Buddhism, Vol I. (of 3), by Charles Eliot
  • Every one was familiar to me, having been catalogued by my own hand. Cited from A Journey to the Centre of the Earth, by Jules Verne
  • It's going to give us a whole new catalogue of music to perform.
  • A more complete list will be found in the British museum catalogue.
  • In some episodes we even see him holding huge catalogues of the women in his life.
  • In theory, full-sky catalogues try to list every star in the sky.
  • By this time he had produced over one hundred catalogued works.
  • That catalogue was used quite recently when the Duke's collection was sold.
  • The most important thing is making a record that stands up with the rest of the back catalogue.
  • Good noted that he felt that the video was his favourite from his catalogue.
  • His work has appeared in numerous publications, as well as national and international catalogues.
  • They, too, have their story told when we have catalogued them. Cited from George Washington, Vol. I, by Henry Cabot Lodge
  • All the books here are catalogued, and each has its place. Cited from Hugh, by Arthur Christopher Benson
  • Wood's recordings did not remain in the catalogues long after his death.
  • Some years have not reached the full number of four catalogues.
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Words starting with catalogue

Meaning of catalogue

  • verb Make an itemized list or catalog of; classify
    He is cataloguing his photographic negatives
  • verb Make a catalogue, compile a catalogue
    She spends her weekends cataloguing