Results for order

Definitions of order:

part of speech: verb transitive

To regulate or manage; command; conduct; direct; to give a command for.

part of speech: noun

Orderliness.

part of speech: verb transitive

To arrange: to conduct: to command.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To give a command or order.

part of speech: noun

Methodical arrangement; regularity; established method or process; proper state; a law; a command; rank or class; a society or fraternity; a division of animals or plants between class and genus; in arch., one of the five principal methods employed by the ancients in constructing and ornamenting the columns of an edifice- these were the Tuscan, Doric, Ionic, Corinthian, and Composite.

part of speech: noun

Method or state of regular arrangement; settled way of doing something; as, an order of worship; right working condition; as, the machine is in good order; rule; regulation; command; as, to issue or obey an order; class; as, an order of plants; rank; as, the order of nobility; a religious fraternity; as, an order of monks; public quiet or observance of law; as, order in the streets; a commission for something; as, an order for groceries: holy orders, the three orders ( bishop, priest, deacon), of the Christian ministry.

part of speech: plural

Orders, or holy orders, in the Episcopal Ch., the three orders of the Christian ministry, but usually understood as applying to deacons and priests.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To give command.

part of speech: verb

To regulate; to direct or command; to manage; to give directions to.

part of speech: noun

Regular arrangement: method: proper state: rule: regular government: command: a class: a society of persons: a religious fraternity: a scientific division of objects: ( arch.) a system of the parts of columns:- pl. the Christian ministry.

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