Examples of grouping in a Sentence
They arranged the furniture in a grouping around the fireplace.
the grouping of English with other Germanic languages
Recent Examples of grouping from the Web
The fact that two are directed by Anthony Mann did not affect our decision to select this grouping for our list this week.
Protea’s plans include completely remaking the village from a grouping of small villas to a big money-maker that includes hotels, offices, an aquarium and a 480-foot observation tower.
The network, which the United States has designated a terrorist grouping, has been implicated in a number of attacks in Indonesia over the past year.
Given lineup limitations, the Magic had a second-quarter offensively challenged grouping of Shelvin Mack, Mario Hezonja, Bismack Biyombo, Rodney Purvis and Khem Birch.
Even today, the NATO allies are being held back by overlapping military communication systems and battle groupings that do not complement one another.
The point sources proved to be 10 globular clusters—compact and spherical groupings of stars orbiting the galaxy’s core.
Humans, like wolves and whales, have an apparently innate need to inhabit packs, pods and political groupings.
Humans, like wolves and whales, havean apparently innate need to inhabit packs, pods and political groupings.
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First Known Use of grouping
the whole kit and caboodle;
GROUPING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of grouping for English Language Learners
: a set of people or things combined in a group
: the act or process of combining people or things into groups
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