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Doc·u·ment, v. t.
1. To teach; to school. [Obs.]
I am finely documented by my own daughter. -- Dryden.
2. To furnish with documents or papers necessary to establish facts or give information; as, a a ship should be documented according to the directions of law.
1. That which is taught or authoritatively set forth; precept; instruction; dogma. [Obs.]
Learners should not be too much crowded with a heap or multitude of documents or ideas at one time. -- I. Watts.
2. An example for instruction or warning. [Obs.]
They were forth with stoned to death, as a document to others. -- Sir W. Raleigh.
3. An original or official paper relied upon as the basis, proof, or support of anything else; -- in its most extended sense, including any writing, book, or other instrument conveying information in the case; any material substance on which the thoughts of men are represented by any species of conventional mark or symbol.
Saint Luke . . . collected them from such documents and testimonies as he . . . judged to be authentic. --Paley.
n 1: writing that provides information (especially information of
an official nature) [syn: written document, papers]
2: anything serving as a representation of a person's thinking
by means of symbolic marks
3: a written account of ownership or obligation
4: (computer science) a computer file that contains text (and
possibly formatting instructions) using 7-bit ASCII
characters [syn: text file]
v 1: record in detail; "The parents documented every step of
their child's development"
2: support or supply with references; "Can you document your