from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not in a particular order.
- adj. Mixed, not separated by property.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not sorted; not classified.
- adj. Not well selected; ill-chosen.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not sorted; not arranged or put in order; not assorted or classified. Ill-sorted; ill-chosen.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not categorized or sorted
- adj. not arranged according to size
They remain unsorted and will probably pass into my next apartment in the same boxes.
I particularly thought that perhaps I was so "unsorted" before camp because of being a bit under attack over doing camp or something.
Ctrl+D also does not file the bookmark in 'unsorted' but at the tail-end of the Bookmarks Main menu ..
[The "unsorted" refers to the fact that the records as currently shown have not been sorted by alphabetical, numerical, date, or some other criteria yet.]
And as far as I can tell from their web site, there's no way to opt out of it (it's some kind of unsorted "everybody in Houston" delivery, I think - they're not even addressed).
To return the playlist to its natural "unsorted" order, simply click on the left-most column heading, above the first number column.
Lowry, a retired psychiatrist who discovered the pardon in an unsorted file box, has denied any wrongdoing.
Here's to hoping the flood of unsorted information can be transformed into something useful.
The desk was strewn with reports, unsorted mail, and the budget I still needed to review.
The last WRX STI I drove, a 2008 model, was more than a little unsorted.