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Receipts

Pronunciation of Receipts
/ɹɪsˈiːts/, /ɹɪsˈiːts/, /ɹ_ɪ_s_ˈiː_t_s/

Synonyms for receipts:

Sense 2

gain, payroll.

Other synonyms and related words:

usefulness, avail, tax income, utility, benefit, service, taxation, emolument, revenue, advantage, tax revenue, gain, improvement, 144, expediency.

account (noun)

budget, total, account, balance, general ledger, Cashbook, reckoning, books, schedule, roll, balance sheet, slate, register, profit and loss, inventory, invoice, ledger, asset, docket, journal.

accounts (noun)

Schedules, registers, assets, cash books, totals, balances, profits and losses, dockets, Budgets, slates, invoices, ledgers, balance sheets, general ledgers, rolls, accounts, Journals, Inventories.

money (noun)

coupon, bill, income, wealth, pocket money, copper, stock, gold, issue, petty cash, bond, check, ingot, promissory note, profit, greenback, iou, treasure, pounds, worth, wad, money order, note, coinage, purse, bank note, sterling, draft, dollar, nugget, scratch, lucre, moolah, wherewithal, net worth, change, currency, capital, wallet, fortune, swag, money, bullion, loot, proceeds, spending money, funds, gross, ways and means, wampum, bankroll, cash, silver, dough.

money earned in business venture (noun)

profit, revenue, earnings, proceeds, income, gain, gross.

monies (noun)

bonds, stocks, wads, monies, cashes, issues, swags, bankrolls, bills, IOUs, nuggets, Incomes, coinages, fortunes, bank notes, coppers, drafts, dollars, Currencies, ingots, money orders, coupons, promissory notes, notes, purses, greenbacks, treasures, profits, wallets, checks.

possession (noun)

gross, revenue.

receipts (noun)

dividends, earnings, compensations, grosses, gates, Remunerations, nets, gross, Endowments, credits, returns, wages, Salaries, revenues, revenue.

Usage examples for receipts:

  • If you are back here quickly with the receipts I'll give you another quarter. - "Master Tales of Mystery, Volume 3", Collected and Arranged by Francis J. Reynolds.
  • If prepared in other ways, it is explained in the receipts. - "Hand-Book of Practical Cookery for Ladies and Professional Cooks", Pierre Blot.
  • It is quite simple, the entry of freight receipts upon the ledger. - "Corporal Cameron", Ralph Connor.

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