Definitions

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  • adj. Arranged in alphabetical order.
  • adj. Alternative spelling of alphabetized.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of alphabetise.
  • v. Alternative spelling of alphabetized.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. having been put in alphabetical order

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Examples

  • Individual entries are now barely worth documenting, and the phenomenon is best appreciated in bulk through websites such as the Daily Mail Oncological Ontology Project and Kill Or Cure, with its alphabetised list: from almonds, apples and artificial light; through horseradish, hot drinks and housework; to wasabi, water, watercress and more.

    The Daily Mail cancer story that torpedoes itself in paragraph 19

  • They hang above my desk, alphabetised and descending.

    Numberplate

  • When I'd shelved some books and tidied the tables, I chose a section, and I re-alphabetised it!

    Ah yes, people asking me to work for free: must be Wednesday

  • And then my mum came to visit and alphabetised the whole lot while I was out.

    Dear Clusterflock | clusterflock

  • I can bite till my fingers bleed when I get like that but very luckily just then I had a flash of genius I realized I never had alphabetised the freezer had I?

    Incendiary

  • As it is I'm a little ashamed that I sat down and created my own categorised, alphabetised index for it, confirming that I am now a real dorky librarian.

    Pistachio, yoghurt & cardamom cake, with lime syrup

  • One small corner of the shelving housed dozens of CD-ROMs, floppies and manuals, but the rest of the space was taken up with literally hundreds of alphabetised A4 manila folders, coloured name tags on all of the top right-hand corners.

    Boiling a Frog

  • I wasn't entirely uninvolved, either - two winters ago I wrote all Mormor's addresses into a new address-book, alphabetised and neatly written so that she could contact people more easily, and that book was used to contact people to let them know the funeral date, so I feel a bit useful.

    New things, old things

  • And obviously, I'm continuing on to review directory: you'll find books and short stories alphabetised by title and author and nonfiction books thematically arranged by the Dewey Decimal System.

    A Striped Armchair

  • I know a lot of people are more into the Russian Revolution than me. review directory: you'll find books and short stories alphabetised by title and author and nonfiction books thematically arranged by the Dewey Decimal System.

    A Striped Armchair

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