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Order

Synonyms for order:

Sense 7

course, wild, approach, direction.

Sense 8

word, bank, nature, regular, manner.

Sense 10

bar, fit.

Sense 11

charge.

Sense 14

call, spread.

Sense 16

tight.

Sense 23

go.

adjustment

alignment.

arrange

collocate.

arrangement

disposition, setup.

authorize

constitute.

book

set up, line up.

calmness

tranquillity.

categorize

classify.

clear up

simplify, untangle.

command

ordinate, send for, adjure.

course

policy.

denomination

sect.

enact

enact.

prepare

ready.

regulate

standardize.

request

ask.

standardize

institutionalize.

straighten

unsnarl.

systematize

codify.

Other synonyms and related words:

charge, setup, formation, commission, demand, pronounce, commandment, decree, grouping, disposition, course, word, fellowship, layout, prescribe, guild, will, mandate, sentence, bidding, kilter, ordain, instruct, trim, dictate, sect, stage, DO, disposal, condition, require, fettle, station, church, behest, bid, enjoin, bracket, assign, society.

Sense 1 (noun)

mandate, bill, injunction, law, direction.

Sense 4 (noun)

layer, pile, heap.

Sense 6 (noun)

commission, police.

Sense 7 (noun)

deployment, lineup, categorization, formation.

Sense 8 (noun)

pattern.

Sense 9 (noun)

trim, condition, fitness, kilter, fettle.

Sense 10 (noun)

succession, Consecution, procession.

Sense 11 (noun)

progression, ask for, invite, train, suite, claim, course, beg, streak, insist on something, plead.

Sense 13 (noun)

congress, fraternity, sorority, league, federation, union, association, confederation.

Sense 14 (noun)

instruct, tax with, manner, order around, nature, description, push around, require, lot.

Sense 15 (noun)

bracket, tier.

Sense 16 (noun)

MBE, dame, knight, knighthood, dub.

Sense 17 (noun)

generic, subspecies.

arrangement, organization (noun)

grouping, distribution, plan, setup, procession, layout, line, form, regularity, regulation, lineup, pattern, progression, structure, classification, rule, array, placement, categorization, symmetry, series, harmony, neatness, cast, orderliness, sequence, system, disposition, ordering, method, succession, disposal, uniformity, scheme, scale.

categorization (noun)

classification.

category (noun)

designation, kingdom, breed, strain, make, classification, genus, ilk, feather, kind, species, degree, clan, persuasion, category, stripe, mold, style, grain, race, variety, taxonomy, genotype, stock, denomination, level, phylum, Family, series, people, step, line, caste.

circumstances (noun)

condition.

class, status (noun)

estate, rank, ilk, genus, kidney, nature, feather, sort, station, bracket, set, position, stripe, degree, place, breed, pigeonhole, genre, grade, type, species, caste, Family, kind, description.

course of action (noun)

scheme.

defiance (noun)

recalcitrance.

direction (noun)

behest.

harmony (noun)

regularity.

instruction (noun)

instruction.

intractability (noun)

intractability.

lawfulness (noun)

control, calm, discipline, law, tranquility, peace, quiet.

line (noun)

line.

lineup (noun)

lineup.

method (noun)

orderliness.

order (noun)

gild, arrange, enjoin, guild, tell, order of magnitude, parliamentary procedure, stability, lodge, harmony, rescript, set up, grade, ordination, decree, parliamentary law, arrangement, put, regularize, uniformity, range, place, purchase order, orderliness, rules of order, organization, rank, club, ordinate, prescribe, fiat, govern, edict, system, efficiency, normality, consistency, normalcy, steadiness, ordain, rate, regularity, regulate, say, dictate, ordering, society, symmetry, method, consecrate.

ordination (noun)

ordination.

organization (noun)

company, guild, association, sorority, sodality, league, lodge, sect, brotherhood, union, club, fraternity, society.

peace (noun)

repose, accord, cease-fire, nonaggression, calm, quiescence, quietness, rest, serenity, nonresistance, armistice, orderliness, neutrality, friendliness, placidness, tranquility, truce, peace, amity, quiet, concord.

precedence (noun)

earliness, precedence, primacy, precession, position, priority, antecedence, anticipation.

rank (noun)

primacy.

recalcitrancy (noun)

recalcitrancy.

request; purchase agreement (noun)

commission, requisition, application.

restraint (noun)

restraint.

school of thought (noun)

sect.

sequence (noun)

succession, Consecution.

social class (noun)

caste.

social organization (noun)

club.

symmetry (noun)

equipoise.

tidy (noun)

orderly, shipshape, neat.

unruliness (noun)

intractableness, Indocility.

word (noun)

word.

acquire (verb)

contract for.

arrange, organize (verb)

file, align, range, locate, fix, normalize, lay out, group, codify, regulate, neaten, establish, Methodize, space, line up, assign, manage, dispose, class, marshal, right, classify, settle, tidy, standardize, regularize, systematize, adjust, alphabetize, distribute.

categorize (verb)

stamp, assort, designate, label, brand.

clean (verb)

purge, scrub, wash, clear, tidy, cleanse, sweep, neaten, wipe, launder, filter, sterilize, Disinfect, clean, purify, sanitize.

communication (verb)

say, tell, enjoin.

control (verb)

direct, oversee, manage, execute, govern, bridle, command, steer, lead, pilot, dominate, harness, preside, supervise, discipline, superintend, rule, administer.

order (verb)

arrange, requisition, settle, integrate, unsnarl, rate, chart, rationalize, maintain, group, score, collate, stabilize, rank, frame, class, structure, grade, type, subordinate, right, mediate, normalize, systematize, unify, design, organize, plot, prepare, compose, stratify, place, schedule, sort, support, pigeonhole, marshal, harmonize, fix, adjust, categorize, balance, Methodize, form, plan, separate, cast, sift, screen, regulate, establish, devise, classify, orchestrate, array, schematize, scheme, shape, control, set, program.

sequence (verb)

follow, succeed, progression, thread, progress, sequence, link, align, queue, chain, string, concatenate.

Usage examples for order:

  • They will all pass through the Governor's hands, and I will order in nothing but what Colonel Milman might read himself. - "Prisoner for Blasphemy", G. W. [George William] Foote.
  • I must give an order first. - "The Crystal Stopper", Maurice LeBlanc.
  • Who gave the order to drop down here? - "The Ice Pilot", Henry Leverage.

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