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- adj. Not in any sorted order.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In mathematics, without reference to or consideration of the order: as, an unordered pair.
- Not in or arranged in order; disordered.
- Not ordered or commanded.
- Not belonging to a religious order.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not arranged in order hierarchically
- adj. not arranged in order
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As I suspected, there wasn't anything on dust, although there was a passage on itching that wasn't much help, since it pointed out that most itches felt worse with an "unordered" mind.
ATFolder from plone. app.folder, with its ` ` ordering ` ` attribute set to u'unordered '.
What will they do with boxes of "donated" (unordered) books not listed on their inventories or with their distribution centers?
Here's an unordered and, of course, utterly subjective list, graded on a scale of 1-10, where 10 is best:
The resulting session can then be saved and revisited at a later date, with little to no time spent trying to recall the relevance or semantic relations of documents in an unordered bookmark folder, for example.
Might take some time — received unordered merchandise in 2007, and settlement only happened a year later.
She was interested in solving the problem on a structural level, rather than one unordered shipment at a time.
Problems with publishers: unordered merchandise; order forms made to look like invoices or renewal notices.
With measured deliberation four spidery legs crept forwards, perfectly out of sequence, perfectly unordered.
Moreover, customers who receive unordered merchandise are legally entitled to treat the merchandise as a gift.