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The arrangement or disposition of people or things in relation to each other
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“The order of chapters in the book is chronologically based.”
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A state in which the laws and rules regulating public behavior are observed
“The challenge in this instance is to achieve order while upholding the rule of law.”
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The type or category of something, especially with regards to its quality or nature
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“This is journalism of the highest order in which the reporter creates a vista that involves the reader.”
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An authoritative command or instruction
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“The police officer has been given an order to search the premises.”
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A verbal or written request for something to be made, supplied, or served
“My order was fulfilled with speed and efficiency by the company.”
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A society or fraternity of individuals living under the same principles, regulations, and discipline
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“The young woman turned down the Carmelites and opted instead for a religious order which allowed her to wear designer clothing.”
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A state in which everything is in its correct or appropriate place
“Humanity loves lists because they create a sense of order in a chaotic world.”
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A state in which everything is arranged logically, comprehensibly, or naturally
“Their religion says that there is an order to the universe, and every individual has a specific place in that order.”
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The overall state or condition of something
“The organizing committee has put much work into ensuring that everything is in perfect order.”
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A social class
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“Watson paradoxically claims that opting for luxury brands is a telltale sign that you are of a lower social order.”
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A particular social, political, or economic system
“The established order was challenged by individuals refusing to accept the status quo.”
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A principal taxonomic category that ranks below class and above family
“The rhinoceros beetle is one of the largest members of the order Coleoptera.”
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A medal or award given in honor of a special event, a person, or an achievement
“The President has appeared in a photograph wearing a British Order around his neck.”
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The state of being intractable
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The way in which something progresses or develops
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A judgment or verdict arrived at after consideration
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The state or fact of things being the way they usually are
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The practice or method of imposing strict rules of behavior on other people
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Something which has been acquired through buying or purchasing
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The act of regimenting
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A large medal, usually decorative
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Moral purity
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The particular degree to which something is or is believed to be the case
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The normal or customary state of things
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A religious or other solemn ceremony or act
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One of the ways something exists, or the ways a set of objects can be ordered
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Uniformity
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The state or quality of being efficient
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The sale of shares, property, or other assets
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The quality of forming a pleasing and consistent whole
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(US) An order to a bank to pay money to a named person or entity
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The state of two or more things existing together, usually in a temporal or spatial sense, with or without mutual interaction
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The state of being prepared
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A system by which time is sequenced and divided by days, weeks, months, and years
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An item's relative importance
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A manner of doing something
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A gift voucher that can be used as payment for goods of a specified value
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Something that takes place after or as a result of an earlier event
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Behaviour in keeping with good taste and propriety
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A portion or serving, especially of food
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The condition of being right, appropriate, or fitting
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The accepted or established code of procedure or behaviour in any group, organization, or situation
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A rejection by right of veto
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A convent or monastery
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Deprivation or restriction of personal liberty or freedom of movement
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A legal or official authorization for entry
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To arrange or set in some sort of order
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“Compile a list of your outstanding tasks and order them according to priority.”
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To command that something be done
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“My mother would call me while I was at the club and order me to come home.”
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To give an instruction under one's (legal) authority
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“The transport minister says he will order a full inquiry into the fiasco.”
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To request some product or service or to secure by placing an order
“You can order almost anything online these days.”
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To classify or categorize according to type or class
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To enact or establish legally or legislatively
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(of a meeting or seminar) To manage or preside over