Definition of daybook :
A journal of accounts; a primary record book in which are recorded the debts and credits, or accounts of the day, in their order, and from which they are transferred to the journal.
chronicle (part of speech: noun)
docket, album, history, cashbook, catalog, record, narrative, log, register, account, yearbook, archive, calendar, recital, bank-book, scrapbook, biography, index, newspaper, anecdote, inventory, autobiography, memorandum, chronicle, statement, diary, enumeration, chronology, notebook, description, memo, book, journal, newsletter, ledger, epic
list (part of speech: noun)
tabulate, itemization, cash book, score, repertory, roll, novel, census, count, thesaurus, recording, summary, lexicon, check, table, waybill, collection, total, workbook, store, list, scroll, budget, tally, dictionary, detail, file, tablet, pad, blank-book, recount, storybook, sum, schedule, roster, logbook, menu, manifest, annals, invoice, annual, digest, registry, treasury, bill, documentation
- Father Conmee passed H. J. O'Neill's funeral establishment where Corny Kelleher totted figures in the daybook while he chewed a blade of hay. - "Ulysses", James Joyce.
- " She's fallen off some in flesh," commented Horace, as with careful presence of mind he drew out his daybook and entered a charge for those three cigars. - "New Faces", Myra Kelly.
- Just take a look at my daybook, Ringg insisted, I checked and marked it service fit! - "The Colors of Space", Marion Zimmer Bradley.