Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act of ranging; arrangement.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun obsolete Arrangement.

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  • noun obsolete arrangement

Etymologies

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Compare French rangement.

Examples

  • 'rangement 'bout his property or his family, an' I wanted to gib him a white man's chance. '

    A Fool's Errand. By One of the Fools

  • A la fin en cadeau on a une malette de rangement pour nos papiers important et une clef USB.

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • Une chaussette de rangement pour MP3, Portable ou Appareil numerique (mais faut qu'il soit super petit alors) a l'effigie de ....

    pinku-tk Diary Entry

  • Je dirais que dans ce cas là, c'est possiblement l'utilisation de l'espace de rangement qui n'est peut-être pas optimal penser “optimal” non pas en gain de place, mais en facilité de rangement.

    Constat d’ordre — Climb to the Stars

  • En effet, mais un autre c'est une lave vaisselle en attente de rangement de son contenue propre!

    Constat d’ordre — Climb to the Stars

  • Borrowed Finery rangement made by his father when Fermin was only a bad-tempered boy.

    Borrowed Finery, A Memoir

  • The very many elements which enter into the defini - tion or content of the idea of justice cannot, of course, be systematically classified through an arbitrary ar - rangement of the components, for this presupposes the possibility of discrete, analytical distinctions, nor can it or they be subjected to content analysis.

    JUSTICE

  • However, whether merely an abstract geometrical blueprint or a solid contrivance, no ar - rangement of concentric spheres could alter the dis - tance of any planet from the eyes of the observer on the earth at the middle of the whole system.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • The narrow streets and confused ar - rangement of most medieval cities are criticized by depicting their opposite as ideal and perfect.

    THE CITY

  • As early as L.B. Alberti in his Della pittura (1436), inventio was used to indicate the painter's general material, his ideas and forms; dispositio, the large aspects of ar - rangement or composition; and elocutio, the actual portrayal.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

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