Definition for SCHED'ULE

SCHED'ULE, n. [L. schedula, from scheda, a sheet or leaf of paper; Gr. σχεδη, from σχιζω, to cut or divide; L. scindo, for scido. The pronunciation ought to follow the analogy of scheme, &c.]

  1. A small scroll or piece of paper or parchment, containing some writing. – Hooker.
  2. A piece of paper or parchment annexed to a larger writing, as to a will, a deed, a lease, &c. – Encyc.
  3. A piece of paper or parchment containing an inventory of goods. – Encyc.

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