American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Informal A list or group of the most admired or desirable people, as for a job or social gathering: famous actors on the casting director's A list; a private party for Hollywood's A-list.
- n. alternative spelling of A-list.
“A list of eight witnesses followed, and then the poignant addition, Companion, Mrs. E.”
“A list of the proscribed was posted on the rostra in the Forum Romanum.”
“A list of hymns beginning with the words "Pange lingua" is given in the Analecta Hymnica, IV, 70; IV, 257; and indexes passim.”
“A list of the persons is given at the end; also a rude sketch of the scene, showing a castle in the centre, with five scaffolds for Deus, Belial, Mundus, Caro, and Avaritia.”
“A list of all the expositors till the middle of the seventeenth century is given by SBARLEA, Supplementum ad Scriptores Ord. Min.”
“A list of the Masquers names, as they were ranked according to their antiquity, is subjoined to the Masque.”
“A list of the preceptor's rents, applied to expenses of the writing-room and the organ, will be found in ii.”
“A list and criticism of Bossuet's chief works will be found in the following appreciation, by the late Ferdinand Brunetière.”
“A list of some forty-six works will be found in Migne, P.G.,”
“A list of the books is in Lampugnani, Sulla Vita di Guala Bicchieri, Vercelli (1842), 125 et seq.; but I have not been able to see the book.”
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