[ UK /ˈælfəbˌɛta‍ɪz/ ]
  1. arrange in alphabetical order
    Alphabetize the list
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How To Use alphabetise In A Sentence

  • You got an alphabetised phone and address book, an appointments diary and a basic notepad so you could jot down short text pieces.
  • I did this - a complete cross referenced and alphabetised list of every post I have made in the last month.
  • Continuing with the analogy of the file cabinet, a defragmenter is the helpful assistant that comes in and alphabetises all your documents in the appropriate folders and file drawers for you. Five Best Disk Defragmenters | Lifehacker Australia
  • When I'd shelved some books and tidied the tables, I chose a section, and I re-alphabetised it! Archive 2009-01-01
  • The cards do not spontaneously alphabetise themselves in a neat pile.
  • They hang above my desk, alphabetised and descending. Numberplate
  • And then my mum came to visit and alphabetised the whole lot while I was out. Dear Clusterflock | clusterflock
  • Just as you finally alphabetise your sprawling DVD collection, along comes another battle over the Next Big Format.
  • I have so many CD's, LP's etc. that a couple of years ago when I was out of work I did index and alphabetise them.
  • Individual entries are now barely worth documenting, and the phenomenon is best appreciated in bulk through websites such as the Daily Mail Oncological Ontology Project and Kill Or Cure, with its alphabetised list: from almonds, apples and artificial light; through horseradish, hot drinks and housework; to wasabi, water, watercress and more. The Daily Mail cancer story that torpedoes itself in paragraph 19
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