Third-person singular simple present indicative form of enumerate. (verb)
Examples of word enumerates
The call enumerates Obama's recent alleged strategic backpedaling on key progressive issues -- on withdrawal from Iraq, for example, opposition to the new FISA bill and efforts to privatize social security.
This call enumerates the inventory within a particular availability zone.
In a column published under Leonard Pittâ€™s byline, Glen Garvin enumerates the bloody history of the Left Wing.
Thus, the Constitution merely "enumerates" certain rights considered uniquely at jeopardy at the time.
Bruce Sterling's lead editorial in SEED Magazine's feature on the 21st century enumerates the disastrous contradictions and changes in the shifting global mindset, and scathingly demands that we fix them.