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categorize (part of speech: verb)
order (part of speech: verb)
fix, compose, rank, regulate, unify, establish, categorize, group, balance, plan, prepare, screen, array, adjust, normalize, methodize, grade, support, subordinate, marshal, schematize, order, orchestrate, cast, structure, pigeonhole, mediate, sort, plot, arrange, control, systematize, right, program, separate, shape, settle, set, place, schedule, collate, rate, scheme, harmonize, devise, stratify, form, maintain, chart, class, sift, frame, score, organize, unsnarl, type, design, integrate, stabilize, rationalize
- When we classify things, give them class- names, we simply mean that we note for convenience that certain actually existing objects have similar qualities, a fact it is convenient for us to know and register.
- But the Spiritual man is removed from this family so utterly by the possession of an additional characteristic that a biologist, fully informed of the whole circumstances, would not hesitate a moment to classify him elsewhere. - "Natural Law in the Spiritual World", Henry Drummond.
- He always found new faces interesting to classify, some unusual combination, some degree of emotional development he had not seen before. - "The Best Short Stories of 1921 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story", Various.