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Arrangement

Synonyms for arrangement:

Sense 1

fantasia, deployment, give and take, requiem, polka dot, septet, network, oratorio, octet, fanfare, string quartet, pinstripe, dance, RAGA, packing, articulation, duet, grouping, interlude, variation, paisley, unison, Crosshatching, fugue, watermark, starburst, opus, coloration, peal, arabesque, echelon, quintet, rosette, rotary, Patterning, trio, argyle, tartan, regulation, stripe, track, syntax, whorl, scherzo, tone poem, decision, sunburst, nocturne, hierarchy, adjustment, lattice, wedding march, medley, crisscross, sextet, tracery, rhapsody, cantata, test pattern, request, adaptation, test card, intermezzo, categorization, device, classification, distribution, Remix.

Sense 2

column, graduated, theme, swirl, largo, marking, duo, geometry, prelude, demo, intricacy, solo, march, appointment, andante, chronology, rag, mosaic, groove, chant, display, grid, ripple, end, lineup, mashup, adagio, rhythm, mix, herringbone, allegro, rework.

Sense 3

disposal, bass, assembly, accommodation, motif, grain, patchwork, voluntary, piece, study, forte, setting, medium.

Sense 4

patch, presentation, trace, mass, provision.

Sense 5

record, compromise, number.

Sense 6

cut, matrix.

Sense 8

transfer.

Sense 9

check.

adjustment

alignment.

consequence

result.

course

policy.

discipline

regimentation.

division

indentation.

make up

format.

shape

form.

Other synonyms and related words:

distribution, marking, cartel, parade, conformation, cut, brass, allegro, arabesque, texture, network, tracery, lineup, system of rules, policy, mass, indenture, duet, variation, oratorio, rework, medium, seating, alignment, geometry, setting, ground plan, display, form, governance, swirl, deployment, prelude, locating, categorization, trio, column, musical arrangement, strategy, articulation, opus, accommodation, sight, septet, nocturne, argyle, grain, Ordonnance, intermezzo, Patterning, cantata, medley, demo, rhythm, echelon, disposal, provision, syntax, sunburst, andante, collection, rotary, rhapsody, presentation, pinstripe, master plan, march, classification, sextet, regulation, program, number, give and take, assembly, bass, transfer, crisscross, constellation, appointment, string quartet, adjustment, decision, exhibition, indentation, unison, setup, requiem, quintet, tartan, emplacement, compromise, hierarchy, coloration, interlude, Setout, format, grid, forte, positioning, transcription, largo, track, list, correspondence, motif, study, ordering, device, piece, show, chronology, arranging, adaptation, regimentation, recording, grouping, place, result, chant, organisation, fantasia, adagio, pattern, getup, project, establishment, herringbone, bargain, lay, paisley, theme, check.

Sense 1 (noun)

ordering, classification, grouping.

Sense 2 (noun)

andante, bass, chant, adagio, form, cantata, allegro.

Sense 3 (noun)

adjustment, compromise.

Sense 4 (noun)

argyle, arabesque, column, coloration, articulation, pattern, check, chronology.

Sense 5 (noun)

adaptation.

Sense 6 (noun)

deployment, disposal, lineup, categorization, distribution.

Sense 7 (noun)

provision.

Sense 8 (noun)

bargain.

Sense 9 (noun)

give and take, accommodation, medium.

agreement (noun)

capitulation, pledge, accord, agreement, bond, deal, treaty, accordance, stipulation, concord, concordance, pact, understanding, contract, acquiescence, accession, empathy, unanimity, indenture, consent, promise, compact, acceptance, concurrence, assent, settlement, consensus, covenant.

alignment (noun)

positioning.

an understanding (noun)

compromise, compact, agreement, adjustment, organization, game plan, plan, setup, preparation, settlement, deal, provision, layout.

arrangement (noun)

musical arrangement, organisation, placement, agreement, system, organization, arranging.

categorization (noun)

classification.

cognition (noun)

agreement.

composition (noun)

cantata, rhapsody, song, music, symphony, concerto.

concurrence (noun)

agreement.

course of action (noun)

scheme.

indenture (noun)

indenture.

line (noun)

line, queue.

method (noun)

regularity.

music (noun)

composition, concert, melody, symphony, blues, air, lyric, sonata, carol, harmony, psalm, instrumental, jazz, ditty, song, tune, ballet, chorus, concerto, bebop, quartet, syncopation, hymn, serenade, lullaby, music, ballad, vocalization, score, aria.

musical adaptation (noun)

chart, score.

order (noun)

normalcy, efficiency, uniformity, normality, system, stability, steadiness, symmetry, order, organization, method, regularity, consistency, balance.

places (noun)

seating.

plan (noun)

contrivance, idea, aim, invention, coordination, premeditation, chart, conception, expectation, plot, intention, scheme, proposition, anticipation, design, plan, blueprint.

preparation (noun)

drafting, development, mobilization, fostering, equipment, preparation, fabrication, formulation.

promise (noun)

guarantee, oath, vow, assurance, mutual agreement, obligation, engagement.

sequence (noun)

line, array, train, course, legacy, gamut, linkage, thread, sequence, series, progression, queue, string, rank, succession, chain, procession, Consecution, subsequence, link, Consecutiveness, sequel, lineage, consequence, concatenation.

situation (noun)

formation, modality, spot, site, ambience, mode, status, placement, style, configuration, property, layout, disposition, station, state, environment, position, standing, condition, post, situation, location, aspect, circumstance, quality, scene.

something that has been ordered (noun)

rank, classification, grouping, disposition, ordering, distribution, form, composition, design, sequence, array, alignment, structure, system, pattern, lineup, method, display.

structure (noun)

construction, building, texture, edifice, structure, makeup, shape, skeleton, fabric, frame, constitution, framework, architecture, anatomy.

texture (noun)

texture.

order (verb)

lay.

roll (verb)

list.

Usage examples for arrangement:

  • No. I have no part in this arrangement. - "The Hour and the Man An Historical Romance", Harriet Martineau.
  • This was the final arrangement, and soon after luncheon they drove away to town. - "What Two Children Did", Charlotte E. Chittenden.

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