adjective or·dered \ˈr-dərd\

: carefully organized or controlled

Full Definition of ORDERED

:  characterized by order: as
a :  marked by regularity or discipline <led an ordered life>
b :  marked by regular or harmonious arrangement or disposition <an ordered landscape> <the ordered crystal structure>
c :  having elements arranged or identified according to a rule: as
(1) :  having the property that every pair of different elements is related by a transitive relationship that is not symmetric (2) :  having elements labeled by ordinal numbers <an ordered triple has a first, second, and third element>

Examples of ORDERED

  1. an ordered sequence of events

First Known Use of ORDERED



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