alphabetical

[ al-fuh-bet-i-kuh l or al-fuh-bet-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF alphabetical

Synonyms for alphabetical

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Antonyms for alphabetical

  • unalphabetical
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ALPHABETICAL

I will not follow the alphabetical order, but the order of events themselves.

An alphabetical list of all persons called to the bar by the said society.

The division was alphabetical, and the young Barclays and Duburgs were all in the first company.

I should have thought myself that the difference was alphabetical enough.

The only thing that Alphabetical ever organised that paid was a family.

So in his latter days he is old Alphabetical Morrison, a man apart from us.

For convenience of reference, the names are arranged in alphabetical order.

These things are not words, they are alphabetical processions.

The shorter rhymes (Nos. 1-115) are arranged in alphabetical order.

In the Index, errors in the alphabetical order were not corrected.

WORD ORIGIN

1560s, from alphabet + -ical. Related: Alphabetically.

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