alphabetized

[ US /ˈæɫfəbəˌtaɪzd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. having been put in alphabetical order
    the cards are all alphabetized, as you requested
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How To Use alphabetized In A Sentence

  • Alphabetized Lists – the list of categories in Acire and the list of snippets in each category has now been alphabetized which makes navigating available snippets much easier. Jonobacon@home | Archive | March
  • Yes, I alphabetized my socks and then had to look around for something else to do.
  • One cannot search by metadata, like keywords, but can only browse from the list of books, alphabetized by title. Archive 2007-02-01
  • The twenty-six sections of Abish's story are each titled with three headwords, grouped in alphabetized sets.
  • Heading back up the stairs, parents stop to search for their pin-on nametags, alphabetized on a large board in the hallway off the sanctuary. American Grace
  • Family names are arranged alphabetically beneath the divisions, and within each family the generic names and epithets are also alphabetized.
  • I stalk over to the pantry and part the gray curtains in front of my alphabetized foods. Anhedonia (excerpt 2)
  • I've also tidied some shelves, rearranged my book collection and, anally, alphabetized my CD collection (no mean feat with more than 500 CDs).
  • Part science fiction, part picaresque, and part burlesque, its alphabetized entries gesture provocatively, giving glimpses of their source's unattainable body.
  • The phone book is alphabetized by first names, and a man named Sitha Sisana would be addressed as Mr. Sitha.
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