A number of connected items or names written or printed consecutively, typically one below the other
(Of a ship) lean to one side, typically because of a leak or unbalanced cargo
a list of the world's wealthiest people
the boat listed to one side
A real or imaginary list of the most (or second-most) celebrated or sought-after individuals, especially in show business
The third in a series of lists, especially lists ranked in order of preference or significance.
The fourth in a series of lists, especially lists ranked in order of preference or significance.
A notional list of the least celebrated or sought-after members of a group, especially in the entertainment industry
(In the UK) an official list of commissioned officers
A list of persons from whom, or things on which, payment is not required.
To place on a free list; to exempt (a commodity, etc.) from duty. Usually in pass.
A list of people to be killed for criminal or political reasons
A list of all the kinds of birds observed by a person during his or her life
(In the UK) an official list of the commissioned officers in the Royal Navy and the Royal Marines
A list of items available for selection.
A list of voters, or of votes cast.
A list of threatened animal or plant species.
A list of the songs that a band or singer intends to perform at a particular concert
A list of those whom one dislikes or plans to harm
A list, especially in the military, of people who are ill and unable to work
A list of words automatically omitted from a computer-generated concordance or index, typically the most frequent words, which would slow down processing unacceptably
A list of tasks that need to be completed, typically organized in order of priority
another term for waiting list.
A list of stamps, books, recordings, or similar items required by a collector
A list of the wines available in a restaurant
A list of desired things or occurrences
A list of the officers in an armed service who are liable to be called on for duty
A reserve militia force appointed to respond only in an emergency.
A number of experiences or achievements that a person hopes to have or accomplish during their lifetime
(In the UK) a fixed annual allowance voted by Parliament to meet the official expenses incurred by the Queen in her role as head of state. It was replaced by the Sovereign Grant in 2011
A list of the candidates who have taken an examination, showing the class or mark achieved by each
A list in a financial account where money received is recorded; compare credit side (now rare).
A list of those who are dangerously ill in hospital
A list of students recognized for academic achievement during a semester by the dean of the college they attend
Originally: (the name of) an organization which supports and raises funds for women running for public office as candidates for the U.S. Democratic Party. Now also: (the name of) any of various similar organizations allied with political parties in other countries.
A list of the people invited to a particular event
A publicly issued list of people and the distinctions they are to be awarded, especially (in the UK) a list of awards and titles conferred by the sovereign at certain times of the year
= honours list.
An ordered set of data elements, each containing a link to its successor (and sometimes its predecessor)
The price of an article as shown in a list issued by the manufacturer or by the general body of manufacturers of the particular class of goods
A system of voting (used in several European countries) in which votes are cast for a list of candidates rather than an individual, to allow a degree of proportional representation
A list containing the names of the liverymen (or ‘livery’) of a City of London livery company.
A daily newsletter relating to shipping, published in London
A list of sporting fixtures, or of players in a match.
A list of pupils selected and ranked according to the marks achieved in an academic examination or set of examinations
A voting system used with proportional representation, in which people vote for a party rather than a candidate. Each party is assigned a number of seats that reflects its share of the vote
A list of current prices of items on sale
A list of prizes or prize winners in a competition.
A list of persons entitled to receive prize money on the capture of a ship.