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    Synonyms and Definitions

    Use "order" in a sentence

    order example sentences

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    1. don't have it first and then do what's necessary to keep it, in order to be what it is you want to be


    2. You don’t have the luxury house and lifestyle, do what you need to do to keep it, and then be who you need to be in order to keep it


    3. create your thoughts the way that you need them to be in order to create the life that you want to have? Well, that's done through affirmations


    4. Positive statements train your brain to have the thoughts that you need in order to believe what you want to believe


    5. It’s a form of control, but it keeps order


    6. inadvertently teach a child that in order to get your approval they


    7. Think about all the things that would have to align in order for the universe TOM ANDERSON


    8. Your brain and the universe need that in order to get you what you want


    9. activity? How can I use my time more effectively in order to create and live the life I want? How about those little times that we talked about, like putting something in the microwave


    10. to be in order to have what you want? Would you have to be more open


















































































    1. He ordered his assistant to fetch some over-priced coffee from the nearby Starbucks and contemplated his next big deal, a large painting of Jesus and Lady Julep entwined in a strangely sexless pose


    2. There was a flurry of ordered chaos down there


    3. She ordered two large beers, took them back to where


    4. As the boy sat at table and ordered half a litre of the house red while he


    5. so I have one ordered for then to bring us home


    6. brothers with bar codes to ensure that all would be ordered and just in the grand folly


    7. Lack of respect - He had no respect for others; ordered their destruction without any conscience


    8. The metal storm headed straight for Horcheese and her redsuits, and Jordo ordered her to get the hell out of there, but Burn shouted over him


    9. She ordered him to lay out his plan in detail


    10. As the boy sat at table and ordered half a litre of the house red while he perused the by now predictable menu his heart sank in converse proportion to the rising pulse in the veins of the aforementioned lady


















































































    1. Prayer is one of the important ordinances or orders of


    2. Someone was yelling orders


    3. He had seen worse cases where traders had very specific orders to fulfill and would come back for more, either from a surviving victim, which was rare, or from their genetically comparable family, much more common, if they still needed more parts


    4. Russ happily barks orders to workers, who load crates of moonshine on a waiting truck


    5. The trade has become so lucrative that the top buyers are now placing orders for specific types of skin


    6. "It means they need tattoo artists to fulfill the orders


    7. "What orders them?" the woman asked


    8. "Occasionally there are orders now for living organs, live beating hearts to be removed and filmed for the pleasure of the client


    9. "I had specific orders to fill," he said


    10. Yet, the popular person commands and the others carry out his or her orders with spontaneous joy


















































































    1. "I am ordering you ahead


    2. You really think you can stop them? I’m ordering you to fly ahead and warn Hardway


    3. Ever since then the head chef insisted on ordering fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables for banquets and special occasions through old Ted’s niece, and all the while the unsuspecting Ted had been convinced that his niece was strangely obsessed by fresh fruit and vegetables


    4. then the head chef insisted on ordering fresh seasonal fruit and


    5. early stages of the marriage, she soon set about ordering the world


    6. This latter facility was the result of having been given the responsibility of performing the daily ordering and planning based upon the restaurant's business load, the current menus, and the seasonal availability of supplies


    7. After ordering a pot of coffee, he returned the phone to its rightful spot and looked back at her


    8. Regulars looked on with suspicion at the stranger who was ordering a beer


    9. "Your oldest girl was here yesterday, ordering more hats from the Miss’s


    10. I’m ordering you to stay


















































































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    Synonyms for "order"

    order ordering order of magnitude purchase order decree edict fiat rescript parliamentary law parliamentary procedure rules of order monastic order club gild guild lodge social club society ordination holy order orderliness grade place range rank rate arrange put set up enjoin say tell dictate prescribe consecrate ordain ordinate govern regularise regularize regulate progression consecution succession procession disposal line distribution command canon direction injunction instruction law mandate prescription pattern arrangement regulation harmony management placement array disposition ranging trimming grouping kind class family genus sort tribe degree classification station hierarchy organization organisation brotherhood sect community company fraternity custom ritual usage rite plan tradition calm quiet peace peacefulness serenity

    "order" definitions

    (often plural) a command given by a superior (e.g., a military or law enforcement officer) that must be obeyed


    a degree in a continuum of size or quantity


    established customary state (especially of society)


    logical or comprehensible arrangement of separate elements


    a condition of regular or proper arrangement


    a legally binding command or decision entered on the court record (as if issued by a court or judge)


    a commercial document used to request someone to supply something in return for payment and providing specifications and quantities


    a formal association of people with similar interests


    a body of rules followed by an assembly


    (usually plural) the status or rank or office of a Christian clergyman in an ecclesiastical hierarchy


    a group of person living under a religious rule


    (biology) taxonomic group containing one or more families


    a request for something to be made, supplied, or served


    (architecture) one of original three styles of Greek architecture distinguished by the type of column and entablature used or a style developed from the original three by the Romans


    the act of putting things in a sequential arrangement


    give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority


    make a request for something


    issue commands or orders for


    bring into conformity with rules or principles or usage; impose regulations


    bring order to or into


    place in a certain order


    appoint to a clerical posts


    arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events


    assign a rank or rating to