(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
v. t. state, review; rehearse, give tidings, announce, give notice of, proclaim. See information, publication. —n. record, account, statement; news; rumor; hearsay; fame, repute; bang, blast, detonation. See information, news.
(Roget's IV) n.
1. [A transmitted account]
Syn. description, statement, story, rumor, tale, narration, narrative, announcement, article, paper, wire, cable, telegram, recital, broadcast; see also exposition 2 , news 1 , 2 , story .
2. [An official summary]
Syn. pronouncement, statement, proclamation, address, résumé, précis, outline, brief, digest, opinion, release, bulletin, write-up*; see also record 1 , summary .
Types of reports include: bank statement, account statement, case study, press release, bulletin, notice, dispatch, communiqué, court decision, inventory, treasurer's report, annual report, census report, brief, proceedings, news report, broadcast, telecast, special report.
3. [A loud, explosive sound]
Syn. detonation, bang, blast, shot; see noise 1 .
1. [To deliver information]
Syn. describe, recount, narrate, provide details, give an account, write an account, detail, set forth, inform, advise, communicate, retail, relay, wire, cable, telephone, radio, broadcast, notify, relate, tell, state, recite; see also tell 1 .
2. [To make a summary statement]
Syn. summarize, publish, proclaim, announce, enunciate, promulgate, make known, list, itemize, account for, give the facts, write up, present a paper, read an address.
3. [To present oneself]
Syn. be at hand, arrive, come, get to, reach, show up, check in, account for oneself; see also arrive 1 .
4. [To record]
Syn. take minutes, inscribe, note down; see record 1 .
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus)
1. account statement, news, exposition, message, detailing, *blow by blow, communication, story, *word, rundown, summary, communique, bulletin, announcement.
2. rumor gossip, talk, *word, *grapevine, *buzz, *scuttlebutt, hearsay.
3. loud noise boom, explosion, bang, blast, detonation, crash, shot, crack, reverberation.
1. communicate give an account, state, give news, give message, detail, *give blow by blow, bring word, give rundown, summarize, announce, describe, tell, recount, relate.
2. turn in tell on, *rat on.
(Roget's Thesaurus II) I noun 1. A recounting of past events: account, chronicle, description, history, narration, narrative, statement, story, version. See WORDS. 2. Idle, often sensational and groundless talk about others: gossip, gossipry, hearsay, rumor, talebearing, tattle, tittle-tattle, word. Slang: scuttlebutt. See WORDS. 3. Public estimation of someone: character, name, reputation, repute. Informal: rep. See RESPECT. 4. A sudden sharp, explosive noise: bang, bark, clap, crack, explosion, pop1, rat-a-tat-tat, snap. See SOUNDS. II verb 1. To give a verbal account of: describe, narrate, recite, recount, rehearse, relate, tell. See WORDS. 2. To observe, analyze, and relate the details of (an event): cover. See WORDS. 3. To make known: break, carry, communicate, convey, disclose, get across, impart, pass, tell, transmit. See KNOWLEDGE.

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