Synonyms for Account:

n.

abstract, outline, overview, precis, synopsis, round up. accuse, bank account, censure, checking account, deposit account, reprimand, savings account, chequing account, merchant account. characterization, depiction, picture, portrait, profile, version, words. acquisition, caveat emptor, charge account, charge card, comparison-shop, conspicuous consumption, consumption, justification, rationale, rationalization, reason, brand loyalty. affiliate, agency, agent, anchor, base, pay, big business, blue-chip, the biz. admiration, appreciation, brokerage, business, cannibalize, capacity, esteem, favor, honor, regard, respect, Broking, beauty parade, business plan. account for, accountant, accounts payable, accounts receivable, assessor, worth, Annual Report, accounting package. advantage, avail, benefit, profit, use, used, usefulness, utility. perspective, view. account (noun)
account statement, accounting, answer for, asset, balance, balance sheet, bill, budget, business relationship, calculate, chronicle, describe, docket, explanation, general ledger, history, inventory, invoice, journal, ledger, news report, profit and loss, receipts, reckoning, register, report, roll, schedule, score, slate, story, total, write up, Cashbook, books.
account for (noun)
answer for, explain, justify, rationalize.
basis or consideration for action (noun)
justification, rationale, rationalization, reason, regard.
calculation (noun)
algebra, algorithm, appraisal, approximation, arithmetic, assessment, calculation, calculus, computation, conclusion, consideration, deduction, determination, division, enumeration, estimation, evaluation, inference, judgement, mathematics, measurement, method, multiplication, presumption, quantification, statistics, supposition, system, thought, triangulation, valuation.
chronicle (noun)
album, anecdote, archive, autobiography, biography, book, calendar, catalog, chronicle, chronology, daybook, description, diary, epic, history, index, log, memo, memorandum, narrative, newsletter, newspaper, notebook, recital, record, scrapbook, statement, yearbook, Bank book.
communication (noun)
chronicle, history, story.
credit (noun)
credit, draft, lien, loan, mortgage, tab, trust.
list (noun)
annals, annual, bill, census, check, collection, detail, dictionary, digest, documentation, file, itemization, lexicon, list, logbook, manifest, menu, novel, pad, recording, recount, registry, repertory, roster, scroll, store, summary, table, tablet, tabulate, thesaurus, treasury, waybill, workbook, Storybook, blank-book, cash book.
motive (noun)
score.
news (noun)
announcement, bulletin, communication, dispatch, epistle, flash, gossip, information, message, news, notice, release, report, rumor.
prose (noun)
allegory, episode, fable, fiction, legend, myth, novella, parable, plainness, prosaicness, prose, reminiscence, romance, saga, scenario, serial, short story, story, storyline, tale, yarn, reading matter, retelling.
record of finances, fees, or charges (noun)
balance, bill, book, check, computation, inventory, invoice, ledger, reckoning, record, register, statement, tally, books.
report (noun)
article, memoir, monograph, portrayal, recounting, telling, treatise.
respect (noun)
honor.
serviceableness (noun)
utility.
written description of past events (noun)
bulletin, chronicle, detail, explanation, history, narrative, recital, report, score, story, tab, tale, version.

v.

account (verb)
clarify, describe, explain, explicate, justify, rationalize.
benefit (verb)
advantage.
calculate (verb)
add, appraise, approximate, assess, calculate, compute, conclude, consider, count, deduce, determine, divide, enumerate, estimate, evaluate, figure, gauge, guess, infer, judge, measure, multiply, plan, plot, presume, program, quantify, quantize, rank, rate, reckon, scheme, score, study, sum, suppose, surmise, systematize, tally, think, triangulate, value, weigh.
chronicle (verb)
clock, minute, note, Journalize.
list (verb)
audit, collect, document, itemize, summarize.
possession (verb)
calculate.
report (verb)
narrate, portray, retell, state, tell.

Other synonyms:

accountant, accounts payable, accounts receivable, acquisition, affiliate, agency, anchor, assessor, avail, bank account, brokerage, cannibalize, caveat emptor, charge account, charge card, checking account, comparison-shop, conspicuous consumption, consumption, deposit account, overview, rationalization, savings account, synopsis, version, Broking, big business, round up, blue-chip, beauty parade, brand loyalty, business plan, chequing account, merchant account, the biz. admiration, business, capacity, outline, precis, usefulness, worth. base, benefit, justification, rationale, utility. appreciation, esteem, regard. abstract, profit. reason. favor. believe
view.
calculate
enumerate, gauge, multiply.
Other relevant words:
abstract, account for, account statement, accountant, accounting, accuse, acquisition, admiration, advantage, anchor, answer for, appreciation, avail, bank account, benefit, business, business relationship, capacity, characterization, charge account, checking account, depiction, esteem, explanation, favor, honor, justification, news report, overview, picture, portrait, profile, profit, rationale, rationalization, reason, regard, respect, savings account, use, usefulness, utility, version, view, worth, write up, Broking.

Usage examples for account

  1. He gave a full account of what had happened. – The Three Lieutenants by W.H.G. Kingston
  2. Had neither done so, she would not on that account have been unhappy. – Orley Farm by Anthony Trollope
  3. I didn't come to call you to account – The Social Cancer A Complete English Version of Noli Me Tangere by José Rizal