An inventory of a people only reveals that a people cannot be inventoried.
So I have inventoried my entire exhibit—save one small matter.
I sat here with them a great while, while my books were inventoried.
Running his hands over his body, Ross inventoried what remained of his clothing and possessions.
The rest of the articles I conveyed to my burrow for safety's sake, and there being a methodical man, I inventoried them.
Very important was the act of 1705, which provided that a slave might be inventoried as real estate.
In fact the plate of Aberdeen cathedral, as inventoried in the Register, is no great treasure.
This tui of gems is so perfectly arranged and inventoried that the absence of any one of them would at once be perceived.
The ship's medical and surgical supplies had to be inventoried, and missing or required supplies ordered up.
While Martin inventoried the stores and Amos the coal-supply, the others towed the schooner alongside and moored her.
early 15c., from Old French inventoire "inventory, detailed list of goods, catalogue," from Medieval Latin inventorium (Late Latin inventarium) "list of what is found," from Latin inventus, past participle of invenire "to find" (see invention). The verb is first recorded c.1600, from the noun.
An itemized list of a firm's goods that have not yet been sold.