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Definition of Journal

  • A diary; an account of daily transactions and events.
  • A book of accounts, in which is entered a condensed and grouped statement of the daily transactions.
  • A daily register of the ship's course and distance, the winds, weather, incidents of the voyage, etc.
  • The record of daily proceedings, kept by the clerk.
  • A newspaper published daily;
  • a weekly newspaper or any periodical publication, giving an account of passing events, the proceedings and memoirs of societies, etc.; a periodical; a magazine.
  • That which has occurred in a day; a day's work or travel; a day's journey.
  • That portion of a rotating piece, as a shaft, axle, spindle, etc., which turns in a bearing or box. See Illust. of Axle box.
  • the part of the axle contained by a bearing
  • a record book as a physical object
  • a daily written record of (usually personal) experiences and observations
  • a periodical dedicated to a particular subject
  • a ledger in which transactions have been recorded as they occurred

How to use journal in a sentence. Journal pronunciation.

Get the House and Senate journals printed; and, 2.
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Hence the printing of the journals was discontinued.
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It was immensely successful, caused subsequent performances elsewhere, both amateur and professional, and attracted attention in Russia, where a journal gave an illustrated account of the Yale representation.
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During all these months of travel, his journal expresses the constant religious fermentation of his mind, and his intense democratic sentiments.
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After many nights spent in wakeful weeping, she returned the journal to him, with a full pardon, and assurance of complete affection.
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Not only do we now possess his letters and journals, in which he revealed his inner life with the utmost clarity of detail, but all his novels, even those that seem the most objective, are really part of his autobiography.
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To ascertain how this occurrence came to take place, this remarkable coincidence of relief at the identical moment of time when there was the last appeal to God, the incident was communicated to the editor of a religious journal.
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But on tables and chairs lay scattered a multitude of papers: illustrated weeklies, journals of society, cheap miscellanies, penny novelettes, and the like.
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High and low, on every available yard of wall, advertisements clamoured to the eye: theatres, journals, soaps, medicines, concerts, furniture, wines, prayer-meetings-all the produce and refuse of civilisation announced in staring letters, in daubed effigies, base, paltry, grotesque.
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Munden suggested a few alterations, and mentioned the journal which he thought might possibly find room for such a bit of satire.
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We understand that our more enterprising contemporaries have no intention of allowing this question to remain unanswered, and the wildest rumours are afloat as to the nature of the gifts which will be offered next year to annual subscribers by various British journals.
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There is no Parisian who is not happy in the belief that he makes all the noise he hears, writes all the books he reads, edits all the journals on which he breakfasts, writes all the vaudevilles on which he sups, and invents all the 'bon mots' he repeats.
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Besides, his horses, his books, his domestics, and his journals arrived successively to dispel ennui.
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The cure, the subprefect of the district and his wife, the tax-collector, the family physician, and the tutor completed, as the journals say, the list of the guests.
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Woman's work, half finished, books, journals, and reviews were strewn upon the furniture.
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Last evening, for example, I sat down, as is my custom, at my piano after dinner, he reading a journal at the chimney- corner-his usual hour for going out passed.
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Henry Marcotte, retired, the correspondent of the Army and Navy Journal, requested permission to accompany the detachment, which was granted, and soon all were _en route_ for the front, entrusted with the task of opening the way for wheeled transportation and of demonstrating the practicability of the road for army wagons and field artillery.
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This theory of Gen. Williston's was published in the Journal of the Military Service Institute in the spring of '86, but never went, so far as Gen. Williston was concerned, beyond a mere theory; nor had the detachment commander ever heard of Gen. Williston's article until after the battle of Santiago.
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The battery of artillery halted upon the hill near the Gatlings, while its commander, the adjutant-general, the Army and Navy Journal correspondent, and the Gatling gun man climbed to the top of the hill to reconnoiter the enemy.
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The Gatling Gun man, the Army and Navy Journal man, and the assistant adjutant-general stepped to the windward a few yards to be clear of the smoke.
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Examples of Journal

Example #1
For this work, pay one dollar and fifty cents per "thousand" for composition, and one dollar and fifty cents per "token" for press-work, in greenbacks.
Example #2
The Secretary was sworn to obey his volume of written "instructions," and these commanded him to do two certain things without fail, viz.: 1.
Example #3
Then the United States sternly rebuked the Secretary for disregarding the "instructions," and warned him to correct his ways.
Example #4
The "instructions" commanded that the Secretary regard a paper dollar issued by the government as equal to any other dollar issued by the government.
Example #5
One must never forget in reading Gogol that he was a man of the South-"homme du Midi.
Example #6
For all I know to the contrary, it was the first English production in the world.