organize[ awr-guh-nahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF organize
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ORGANIZE
These are the creators of Fashion, which is an attempt to organize beauty of behavior.
Nevertheless, he failed completely to organize a branch at Berlin.
We have seen how it can preach war and resistance, and can organize that war and resistance.
Or shall I help you organize so as to develop this hot country for America?
The skilled consumer will organize his skill and deal with the people he wants.
In vain, Frank attempted to organize a party to pursue the bandits.
"But we must find a way—we must organize our forces," interrupted another.
There came a time when the employers began to organize unions also.
He says that McClellan will organize and organize and organize again until springtime.
About that time, a whole lot of us did get together and organize.