I've counted up the fellows that went back to work, and I've totalled them up day by day.
Brigadier (who had totalled the new-comer's checks in one brief glance).
He counted them, and heaved a little impulsive sigh of relief when they totalled twenty-one.
At last, when we totalled sixteen, we were led upstairs into the court-room.
Firmstone silently handed Hartwell the copy of his original letter of advice and the totalled figures of the recent weighing.
Their united ages would certainly not have totalled forty-five.
As if Tenney had put the curse on us, the Giants hit a losing streak the next day that totalled six games straight.
The figures for the three groups having been totalled separately, those obtained for the "A" group were weighted accordingly.
In an article written in 1899 F.M. Teed mentions the fact that his incomplete collection of “Indians” totalled over three hundred.
Failure thus becoming evident, the taxes were heavily reduced, until they totalled but ten shillings and sixpence a gallon.
late 14c., from Old French total, from Medieval Latin totalis "entire, total" (as in summa totalis "sum total"), from Latin totus "all, whole, entire," of unknown origin. Total war is attested from 1937, in reference to a concept developed in Germany.
1550s, from total (adj.).
1716, from total (n.). Meaning "to destroy one's car" first recorded 1954. Related: Totaled; totaling.
[first sense fr the phrase a total loss, having to do with something insured]