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enumerate
used in 1776

2 uses
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Definition
to name items individually (as though making a list); or to count
  • Filling page after page, he enumerated the same troubles and woes he had been reporting persistently to Congress for so long, and that he would report still again to John Hancock that same day.
    p. 79.1
  • If I shall be able to rise superior to these, and many other difficulties which might be enumerated, I shall most religiously believe that the finger of Providence is in it, to blind the eyes of our enemies; for surely if we get well through this month, it must be for want of their knowing the disadvantages we labor under.
    p. 79.9

There are no more uses of "enumerate" in 1776.

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