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adjective as in fixed

adjective as in straight

adjective as in typed

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After you have the list of sorted names, you can add the participant’s email addresses so everyone gets a notification.

Olwyn had come over from Paris in September 1963 to help with the children until Ted sorted things out.

Lena, Emilia, and I are laughing because we sorted the wig thing out nice and early.

But he sorted that out, and for the rest of his long life, basked in the afterglow of the Kennedy White House.

When it's messy you get the women in, but when the mess is sorted out keep the women, they are no threat.

But grumble grumble sometimes my messages get sorted into the wrong folders.

The classes themselves are ill-sorted and often troublesome, and are usually unwieldy by reason of their size.

I could not bring them to you before, for Mother only sorted them out to throw away this morning.

We sat in rows for some time, while officers took our names, and sorted us into medical and surgical classes.

Here they were sorted with great care by his own hands, and prepared for foreign markets.

The girls sorted them eagerly, putting them pell-mell into the drawers without the slightest attempt at any sort of order.


On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sorted, such as: going, mended, rebuilt, refitted, back together, and in order.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.