ordering (part of speech: verb)
harmonizing, framing, setting, regulating, classing, grading, programming, marshalling, fixing, grouping, arraying, separating, normalizing, supporting, sorting, sifting, scheming, preparing, orchestrating, adjusting, rating, establishing, shaping, structuring, balancing, righting, casting, organizing, subordinating, screening, devising, schematizing, scheduling, forming, mediating, stabilizing, controlling, plotting, pigeonholing, stratifying, systematizing, arranging, categorizing, settling, methodizing, composing, typing, planning, placing, collating, designing, scoring, rationalizing, classifying, ranking, unsnarling, ordering, maintaining, charting
completing (part of speech: verb)
unifying (part of speech: verb)
- He thus virtually accepted the mystic's view that the personality after the death of the body is absorbed into a higher power, which, to our mind, is comparable with the Ego conceived as the unifying principle behind personalities. - "The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries", W. Y. Evans Wentz.
- The struggle at the Reformation was less like the present, either in its causes or its course, but it has some features which make it a useful point for a survey of the permanent unifying elements which hold and will hold the West together in spite of occasional cataclysms and the clash of rival interests and passion. - "The Unity of Civilization", Various.
- Religion then one; one unifying purpose; every step that the world takes in its progress leading it towards liberty, towards light, towards truth, towards righteousness, towards peace. - "Our Unitarian Gospel", Minot Savage.