verb (used with object), cat·a·loged or cat·a·logued, cat·a·log·ing or cat·a·logu·ing.
verb (used without object), cat·a·loged or cat·a·logued, cat·a·log·ing or cat·a·logu·ing.
- catalina island,
- catalog code,
- catalog verse,
- catalogue raisonné
Origin of catalog
Examples from the Web for cataloged
I first discovered nobody had ever cataloged all of the Watergate conversations.
Yet even today, the small-scale sculptural objects in most museum collections are cataloged under one name only: Christo.
Like everyone else, they were also cataloged; their addresses were on file.
Betsy Woodruff at the National Review Institute cataloged multiple examples of Reid's investment strategy.
The Daily Pic: August Sander cataloged his nation – to show it couldn't be done.
The smallest public library should be classified and cataloged.A Library Primer|John Cotton Dana
A check on the pamphlet would indicate whether or not it had been cataloged.
This collection should be classified and cataloged so as to yield the best possible results.
Mr. Dewey: What shall be the unit of circulation—the cataloged library or the single book or combination?
All of the books purchased are classified, cataloged and filed as one collection.