assorted

[ uh-sawr-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF assorted

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASSORTED

It had started to pour again and they had opened the assorted umbrellas.

Finally we selected our berths, assorted our luggage, and sat down to rest.

There were, indeed, many children of assorted nationalities and sizes.

Travellers of assorted ranks and occupations got in and out.

It is a town of color, due largely to the assorted population.

You get a whole package of assorted colors for a dollar, suggested Fred.

Four are assorted for gauges of different radii, for moulding-irons, etc.

It did seem to have assorted holes and hollows in its rough surface.

They included astrogators, drive-engineers and assorted specialists.

This was the spirit in which she assorted her materials, and set to work thereon.

WORD ORIGIN

"arranged in sorts," 1797, past participle adjective from assort (v.).

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