ord

order, row, series

Usage

  • inordinate

    If something is inordinate, it is much larger in amount or degree than is normally expected.

  • primordial

    The adjective primordial is used to describe things that existed close to the formation of Earth or close to the origin or development of something.

  • subordinate

    A subordinate position is lower or lesser in rank than another.

  • ornery

    Someone who acts in an ornery way is mean, cranky, or highly irritable.

  • coordinate

    When you coordinate a large event, you organize or bring all the many parts of it together so that the event can occur.

  • disorder

    If a place is in disorder, it is not neat and clean; nothing is how it should be.

  • extraordinary

    beyond what is ordinary or usual

  • insubordinate

    not submissive to authority

  • ordain

    order by virtue of superior authority

  • order

    give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority

  • ordinal

    of or relating to a taxonomic order

  • ordinance

    an authoritative rule

  • ordinary

    not exceptional in any way especially in quality or ability or size or degree

  • ordination

    the status of being ordained to a sacred office

  • preordain

    foreordain or determine beforehand

  • uncoordinated

    lacking in cooperative planning and organization

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