- v. Simple past tense and past participle of group.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. arranged into groups, each having some feature in common.
- adj. arranged into groups
“Once again grouped together at the far left end of the canvas, the bright light and concrete suggest the objects may be outside on a sidewalk.”
“When I was searching for my place card among the handful of representatives of the media I saw my name grouped with A.M.”
“By pitching only the 19th perfect game in major league history, the Oakland southpaw finds his name grouped with some all-time greats.”
“Of the three ways cultural behavior patterns are grouped, which is the best example of a political activity?”
“One type of savanna common in southwestern Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda, known as grouped-tree grassland, has trees growing only on termite mounds — the intervening soil being too thin or poorly drained to support the growth of trees at all.”
“My hope is that this also provides an opportunity to see many otherwise unrelated titles grouped together (just another one of the ways in which life's many aspects are invisibly interlocked), and as a teaser I'll name several of the films I plan on finally checking out as a part of this endeavor: The Doors, (Cuarón's) Great Expectations, Eat Drink Man Woman, and The Satanic Rites of Dracula.”
“For example, a search on a musician's name grouped results in categories such as songs, lyrics, videos, and images.”
“If that's taken, just try one dash separating the first and second words but leave the second and third word grouped together.”
“To promote the use of Lexile measures, VDOE is providing elementary, middle and high schools Lexile charts with sample book titles grouped by Lexile range and difficulty level.”
“By separating the build steps into many targets you can call the grouped steps from other targets without having to copy that section of code into each target.”
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