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Alternative clues for the word sort
Put in piles
Separate the laundry
Do some postal work
Make piles, say
Prepare to wash, perhaps
Word processor command
Separate into lights and darks, say
Work with mail
Separate into whites and darks, e.g.
Put into slots
Color, so to speak
*Put into piles
Put into piles
Do a post office job
Common computer instruction
Organize alphabetically, say
Do a laundry chore
Do some post office work
Arrange from A to Z, say
Word processing command
Put into piles, say
An approximate definition or example
A person of a particular character or nature
An operation that segregates items into groups according to a specified criterion
A category of things distinguished by some common characteristic or quality
Do a postal job
Put in order
Make sense of, with "out"
Organize, as laundry
Work at the post office
Get the wash ready
Do a laundry job
Get the laundry ready
Put things in order
Separate and arrange
Do a p.o. job
Word definitions for sort in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
I. noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES deal with/sort out a problem ▪ The state has failed to deal with the problem of violence against women. kind/type/sort of person ▪ David was not the sort of person who found it easy to talk about his feelings. some...
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Sort \Sort\, n. [F. sorl, L. sors, sortis. See Sort kind.] Chance; lot; destiny. [Obs.] By aventure, or sort, or cas [chance]. --Chaucer. Let blockish Ajax draw The sort to fight with Hector. --Shak.
Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 n. A general type. Etymology 2 vb. 1 (senseid en separate according to certain criteria)(context transitive English) To separate according to certain criterion. 2 (senseid en arrange into some sort of order)(context transitive English) To arrange...
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
late 14c., "group of people, animals, etc.; kind or variety of person or animal," from Old French sorte "class, kind," from Latin sortem (nominative sors ) "lot; fate, destiny; share, portion; rank, category; sex, class, oracular response, prophecy," from...
Word definitions in WordNet
n. a category of things distinguished by some common characteristic or quality; "sculpture is a form of art"; "what kinds of desserts are there?" [syn: kind , form , variety ] an approximate definition or example; "she wore a sort of magenta dress"; "she...
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Sort may refer to: Sorting , any process of arranging items in sequence or in sets Sorting algorithm , any algorithm for arranging elements in lists Sort (Unix) , a Unix utility which sorts the lines of a file Sort (C++) , a function in the C++ Standard...
Usage examples of sort.
On my return home, it occurred to me, in 1837, that something might perhaps be made out on this question by patiently accumulating and reflecting on all sorts of facts which could possibly have any bearing on it.
In addition I wanted to canvass his views on what sort of human society, if any, could have had the technological know-how, such a very long while ago, to measure accurately the altitudes of the stars and to devise a plan as mathematical and ambitious as that of the Giza necropolis.
Tens of millions found themselves longing for material affluence of the sort their American overlords so conspicuously enjoyed.
These were the sections which more closely mirrored conditions on the sort of mainly methane-atmosphered planets and moons the Affront preferred, and it was in these the Affront indulged their greatest passion, by going hunting.
Excession, the Affront are just the sort of species - and at precisely the most likely stage in their development - to attempt some sort of mad undertaking which, however likely to fail, if it did succeed might offer rewards justifying the risk.
It was the sort of title which the Culture found depressingly common amongst Affronter diplomats.
The searchlights and the giant swastika flags threw Hitler into a sort of central focus and Allegro was on his feet, gesturing lightly but convulsively with his hands.
It was, of course, the existence of the haploid Flenni generation, which made the diploid Esthaans so healthy-each time the pairs of Esthaan chromosome broke apart to form a Flenn individual, every sort of recessive defect emerged without an allele to temper it.
Winthrop was only beginning to understand, picked up the emotional sequence as a sort of Empathy track surrounding the product and when the tape was played through the telethesia projector, the result was analogous to a posthypnotic suggestion to purchase the product.
There is a modest contingent of ethnologists and anthropologists, doing nothing very much, as near as I can gather, except annoying people by asking peculiar questions about all sorts of things that are none of their business.
Our assumptions had been based principally on how the anthrax bacterium acted in settings that were almost preindustrial--before most buildings were air conditioned, before technology allowed us to sort mail with the force of air, and before we had advanced medical technologies to help us stabilize patients and make more definitive diagnoses.
Shortly we will have the information we need to produce some sort of serum, or antitoxin, for your protection, and this will be distributed freely to every human being in the United States.
He said tse makh yerape could figure out how cancer cells were able to prevent apoptosis, a sort of natural suicide of cells, which prevented the cancer cells from dieing like they should.
She wore a sort of arty get-up of multi-coloured shirt, skirt with fringed hem and pocket, low-heeled shoes, and wooden beads.
Nor was he the sort to risk the failure of a mission by assigning anyone to command it but the person he thought best qualified to carry it out.