- v. present participle of enumerate.
“Hence he is called "first" in enumerating the apostles.”
“(A.D. 386), [Catechetical Lectures, 4.35,36], omits the Apocalypse in enumerating the New Testament Scriptures to be read privately as well as publicly.”
“Remind me again just where does the Constitution give the Census Bureau permission to ask questions outside the realm of "enumerating" the population?”
“Yve, prompted by Jeff, quickly pointed out what a load of bull that was, enumerating Dan's endless whinings and whimperings.”
“While news outlets were remiss in not enumerating the major caveats that attended Morgellons, a growing body of research suggests that merely reporting on the supposed condition, regardless of the context, might have been all that was needed to give it legitimacy.”
““Had the Founders intended the commerce power to be unlimited, enumerating three categories of commerce for Congress to regulate would have been wholly unnecessary.””
“The Court was of course enumerating rights it deemed could be denied to Black Americans.”
“Despite a string of victories-the judge's stinging decision enumerating Allen's "fraudulent modus operandi," occasional media coverage, and the support of real CIA agents and military heroes-he is no closer to collecting the $40,000 he says was "conned" from his family in 1993.”
“Dr. McCoy, always the thoughtful and wise detractor, points out the dangers, but Captain Kirk wins him over with his eloquence: "Risk is our business," he says after enumerating advances Federation science has already made by throwing caution to the wind.”
“In enumerating the possible areas of inquiry one might pursue "outside the text," Rubin unfortunately confuses some perfectly good ones with others that are of extremely dubious value.”
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