tally with

tally with (something)

To match, agree with, or correspond to something else. Your numbers for last month's profit and loss report don't tally with the figures I'm getting. Her account of the events doesn't tally with the phone company's record of his cell phone usage on that night.
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tally with something

 
1. Lit. [for one set of figures] to match another set of figures. Your figures don't tally with mine. Let's add them up again. The total Sam got didn't tally with what the tax agent had come up with.
2. Fig. [for one thing] to agree or correlate with another. What you just said doesn't tally with what you told me before. His story doesn't tally with what I already know.
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References in classic literature ?
At last he put them down and said, "I can't make it out at all-- hang it, the baby's don't tally with the others!"
At the end of an hour neither of us had made a count, and so Dan was tired of keeping tally with nothing to tally, and we were heated and angry and disgusted.
"It is our endeavour to bring Tally with enhanced security and reliability as a service," said Cloud Acropolis CEO Dr.
India currently ranks third in the medal tally with the ten medals.
The AIADMK and the TMC could stand third and fourth in the tally with 32 and 30 seats respectively, it said.
Australia leads the medal tally with 61 Gold, 39 Silver, and 37 Bronze medals in its total medal tally of 137 medals till Monday evening.