Examples of assort in a sentence
<assort these butterfly specimens according to geographic origin>
<somewhat surprisingly, the collection of ancient Egyptian art assorts rather well with the museum's modern design>
Origin and Etymology of assort
Medieval French assortir, from a- (from Latin ad-) + sorte sort
First Known Use: 15th century
ASSORT Defined for Kids
Definition of assort for Students
: to sort into groups of like kinds They assorted the marbles by color.
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