categorizes (part of speech: verb)
orders (part of speech: verb)
fixes, composes, ranks, regulates, unifies, establishes, categorizes, groups, balances, plans, prepares, screens, arrays, adjusts, normalizes, methodizes, grades, supports, subordinates, marshals, schematizes, orders, orchestrates, casts, structures, pigeonholes, mediates, sorts, plots, arranges, controls, systematizes, rights, programs, separates, shapes, settles, sets, places, schedules, collates, rates, schemes, harmonizes, devises, stratifies, forms, maintains, charts, classifies, sifts, frames, scores, organizes, unsnarls, types, designs, integrates, stabilizes, rationalizes
schools (part of speech: noun)
characters (part of speech: noun)
categories (part of speech: noun)
genera, molds, denominations, stripes, families, kingdoms, categories, persuasions, degrees, varieties, breeds, kinds, clans, classifications, styles, species, genotypes, taxonomies, lines, races, grains, series, levels, castes, feathers, designations, steps, stocks, phyla, peoples, strains
- The second and third classes differ from each other only by the abnormal factor. - "Sex-linked Inheritance in Drosophila", Thomas Hunt Morgan Calvin B. Bridges.
- In all these movements," she went on, " you always find two classes- citizens and criminals. - "The Harbor", Ernest Poole.
- Partly because of it he never got to know the middle classes in England. - "The Man Shakespeare", Frank Harris.