count

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  • They cut off the count's head over the end of the bed.
  • This method takes longer to count the score at the end of each hand.
  • By this time they had arrived at the door of the count's house. Cited from Under Wellington's Command, by G. A. Henty
  • All of the count's work is done by his subjects without pay. Cited from Modern Persia, by Mooshie G. Daniel
  • Then with the Count's leave they all returned to their several houses. Cited from The Decameron, Volume I, Giovanni Boccaccio
  • As he moved on at a walk, he opened the count's letter. Cited from With Frederick the Great, A Story of the Seven Years' War, by G.A. Henty
  • But there is no answer for the main count against him.
  • For instance, one should be flat front on count two of the turn.
  • The Count's daughter comes in and says these letters should be published.
  • You heard what he said about taking me to the Count's. Cited from Truxton King, by George Barr McCutcheon
  • But that room has always been occupied by the Count's private secretary. Cited from The Stranger, by August von Kotzebue
  • He had read every one of the count's books that he could lay his hands on. Cited from Russian Rambles, by Isabel F. Hapgood
  • None could say where he then could be found, if not at the count's hotel. Cited from My Novel, by E. B. Lytton, Book 12
  • She walked like a queen; indeed she was a noble count's daughter. Cited from The Pot of Gold, by Mary E. Wilkins
  • If they planned to go back into the studio, they were going to have to count him out.
  • The count's hopes were again on his lips and in his eyes. Cited from Thaddeus of Warsaw, by Jane Porter
  • Note that all three counting methods should in theory give the same final figure.
  • No one, not even the artist himself, counted the days of his fast.
  • She stopped counting miles in that year, having walked more than for peace.
  • Role-playing games usually measure progress by counting experience points and character levels.
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Meaning of count

  • noun The total number counted
    a blood count
  • noun The act of counting; reciting numbers in ascending order
    the counting continued for several hours
  • noun A nobleman (in various countries) having rank equal to a british earl
  • verb Determine the number or amount of
    Can you count the books on your shelf?, Count your change
  • verb Have weight; have import, carry weight
    It does not matter much
  • verb Name or recite the numbers in ascending order
    The toddler could count to 100
  • verb Put into a group
    The academy counts several Nobel Prize winners among its members
  • verb Include as if by counting
    I can count my colleagues in the opposition
  • verb Have a certain value or carry a certain weight
    each answer counts as three points
  • verb Have faith or confidence in
    you can count on me to help you any time, Look to your friends for support, You can bet on that!, Depend on your family in times of crisis