Synonyms for Enumeration:

n.

tale. calculation (noun)
conclusion, gauge, tally, rank, evaluation, calculation, system, schedule, program, assessment, calculus, statistics, scheme, division, deduction, appraisal, count, plot, valuation, method, algebra, guess, score, reckoning, triangulation, computation, quantification, account, supposition, estimation, plan, thought, presumption, measurement, multiplication, determination, consideration, arithmetic, approximation, total, inference, algorithm, value, judgement, mathematics, sum, study.
chronicle (noun)
diary, record, register, log, statement, calendar, recital, index, memorandum, book, daybook, catalog, newsletter, Cashbook, album, anecdote, description, narrative, memo, docket, journal, inventory, ledger, notebook, chronicle, newspaper, scrapbook, Bank book, history, yearbook, archive, chronology, autobiography, epic, biography.
communication (noun)
numbering.
enumeration (noun)
numeration, count, reckoning, tally, numbering, counting.
head count (noun)
census.
inventory (noun)
catalog, register, list.
list (noun)
budget, census, table, detail, recount, dictionary, repertory, annual, collection, recording, roll, store, bill, invoice, list, treasury, waybill, workbook, tabulate, annals, Storybook, documentation, itemization, blank-book, summary, pad, digest, thesaurus, scroll, file, cash book, lexicon, roster, registry, check, manifest, novel, tablet, menu, logbook.

Other synonyms:

tale. Other relevant words:
numbering, numeration, counting, tale.

Usage examples for enumeration

  1. The arrest of robbers, the cultivation of flax or hops, the capture or conciliation of the aborigines, and losses by fire, were occasions for the governor's benevolence: other and less respectable causes were attributed, and scarcely require enumeration – The History of Tasmania, Volume I (of 2) by John West
  2. This seems to me so evident, that I am a good deal surprised that none who have handled the subject have made any mention of the quality of smoothness in the enumeration of those that go to the forming of beauty. – The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. I. (of 12) by Edmund Burke
  3. A method of proof which, when used as directed, gives sometimes truth and sometimes falsehood- as the method of simple enumeration does- is obviously not a valid method, for validity demands invariable truth. – Our Knowledge of the External World as a Field for Scientific Method in Philosophy by Bertrand Russell