a book in which personal or commercial accounts are recorded; ledger.
And the joint database—or the account book of bitcoin—is made in a way that everybody can look into it and at any time.
Vilified Bitcoin Tycoon After Losing $500 Million: My Life Is at Risk Nathalie-Kyoko Stucky September 16, 2014
One stood behind the counter leaning over an account book of considerable proportions and was absorbed in its perusal.
The Triumph of John Kars Ridgwell Cullum
No sign of the agreement for them remains in Alexander Borgias account book.
Pintoricchio Evelyn March Phillipps
He makes no summary in 1794, but his account book shows that he no more than held his own.
The Life of John Marshall (Volume 2 of 4) Albert J. Beveridge
I wish that account book hadn’t been lying in so prominent a place.
In Pastures Green Peter McArthur
I wish I had kept an account, but when young I did not know the value of a journal and account book.
Daisy Miranda Eliot Swan
There is no other reference to tobacco for her in the journal and account book.
The Social History of Smoking G. L. Apperson
But, wondering whether he had made a mistake, he opened his wife’s account book and began to add up the columns.
Married August Strindberg
The following extracts from his account book exhibit his love for detail.
History of the Negro Race in America From 1619 to 1880. Vol 1 George W. Williams
Here, in this account book, is a price list of all such articles as I buy.
A Daughter of the Forest Evelyn Raymond
- Accompanying vein
accompanying vein accompanying vein ac·com·pa·ny·ing vein (ə-kŭm’pə-nē-ĭng, ə-kŭmp’nē-ĭng) n. A vein accompanying another structure. Either of a pair of veins, occasionally more, that closely accompany an artery in such a manner that the pulsations of the artery aid venous return. Historical Examples The vascular 398 membrane consists of the ramifications of a minute artery and […]
- Account current
a personal account providing for periodic settlements; current account. the periodic statement or transcript of such an account.
- Account day
noun (on the London Stock Exchange) the day on which deliveries and payments relating to transactions made during the preceding account are made
- Account executive
(in an advertising agency or other service business) the manager of a client’s account. noun an executive in an advertising agency or public relations firm who manages a client’s account