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Spell check of ordered

Correct spelling: ordered

Synonyms:
dominated, consistent, schematized, unsnarled, settled, cast, pigeonholed, screened, reproducible, normalized, regular, charged, branded, orderly, cleansed, consecutive, presided, concatenated, maintained, well-kept, marshalled, established, omitted, plotted, cleaned, effected, collated, scrubbed, shipshape, ranked, unified, classed, stable, prepared, queued, chained, directed, placed, cleared, sequential, orchestrated, rationalized, separated, charted, tenacious, just so, fixed, mediated, stratified, harmonized, administrated, announced, retained, followed, sifted, righted, sanitized, structured, formed, bridled, progressed, wiped, designed, uniform, led, purified, sequenced, authorized, laundered, staged, arranged, assorted, programmed, typed, legitimate, lucid, ruled, successive, executed, required, piloted, labeled, lined up, adjusted, serial, planned, commanded, scheduled, integrated, succeeded, uncluttered, stamped, oversaw, linked, ordained, harnessed, normal, supported, methodized, organized, framed, washed, tight, disciplined, designated, symmetrical, devised, controlled, rated, systematic, tidied, shaped, grouped, forbidden, administered, sterilized, efficient, supervised, scored, systematized, steady, subordinated, stabilized, composed, requested, filtered, graded, reserved, coherent, booked, aligned, regulated, tidy, threaded, set, governed, sequent, logical, sorted, purged, harmonious, superintended, overseen, approved, engaged, stringed, managed, arrayed, schemed, steered, manicured, classified, disinfected, categorized, methodical, neat, balanced, lead, swept.

Antonyms:
disarranged, disordered, unordered.

Examples of usage:

1) So he stopped them and asked: " Who ordered you to go?" - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

2) Kali ordered it, for Kali is wise. - "In Desert and Wilderness", Henryk Sienkiewicz.

3) Then, after I had seen and talked with you, I went home and ordered her out. - "The Locusts' Years", Mary Helen Fee.

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