Definition of Totalise

1. Verb. Make into a total. "Can we totalize these different ideas into one philosophy?"

Exact synonyms: Totalize
Generic synonyms: Combine, Compound



Definition of Totalise

1. to totalize [v -ISED, -ISING, -ISES] - See also: totalize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Totalise

total revenues
total sclerectasia
total spinal anaesthesia
total suspended particulates
total suspended solids
total synechia
total syntheses
total synthesis
total transfusion
total war
total wars
totaled
totaling
totalisator
totalisators
totalise (current term)
totalised
totaliser
totalises
totalising
totalism
totalisms
totalist
totalistic
totalists
totalitarian
totalitarianism
totalitarianist
totalitarianists
totalitarianize

Literary usage of Totalise

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1. Report of the Proceedings by Church congress (1881)
"They fill the great majority of our churches, and totalise all Nonconformist congregations. They swell the roll of our communicants, and, so far, ..."

2. The Reports of the Most Learned Sir Edmund Saunders, Knt: Of Several ...by Edmund Saunders, Great Britain Court of King's Bench, John Williams by Edmund Saunders, Great Britain Court of King's Bench, John Williams (1845)
"... but is merely erroneous ; and if tie court had a proper jurisdiction in totalise, neither the judges, nor minis- 'ss of tie court, nor the plaintiff, ..."

3. The Reader's Handbook of Allusions, References, Plots and Stories: With Two by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer (1880)
"... but part totalise Bertram thought the lady not efficiently well-born for him. Ultimately, however, all ends well. (See HELENA. ..."

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