from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The fact of having a regular, proper and systematic arrangement.
- n. Orderly behaviour.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The state or quality of being orderly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Orderly state or condition; regularity; order.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a condition of regular or proper arrangement
- n. the quality of appreciating method and system
I thought it was amazing,'' Mr. Tada said, referring to the orderliness of the departure.
"Without the Fed acting as lender of last resort, today could have been much worse," Mickey Levy, chief economist at Bank of America, tells The Wall Street Journal, which calls the orderliness of U.S. stock trading yesterday the passage of an important test for the Federal Reserve and its unprecedented steps to keep markets calm in recent days.
"Conservatives tend to be higher in a personality trait called orderliness and lower in openness.
Mama Engine is in the middle of her "Great Work" and refashioning Whitechapel into a gritty and grotesque landscape, while Grandfather Clock keeps a kind of orderliness through his own minions and his all-seeing presence.
Believe me it is possible to live as cheaply in expensive Vienna as anywhere else; it all depends on the housekeeping and the orderliness which is never to be found in a young man especially if he be in love.
President Jimmy Carter has been in Sudan this week to monitor the historic independence vote and to meet with top officials, and he praised the poll's high turnout and orderliness.
It's really no easier to find them, and yet the appearance of greater orderliness is satisfying.
I want to increase orderliness, and also make areas simply look more orderly.
His actions undermined the orderliness and integrity of the market and the high penalty reflects the seriousness of his breach.
Italy, “with similar violence,” trains people for “orderliness” and “duty.”