What is another word for aligns?

Pronunciation: [ɐlˈa͡ɪnz] (IPA)

Aligns is a term used to refer to lines, shapes, or objects that are properly positioned relative to one another. When something is aligned, it is in agreement or conformity with something else. Some synonyms for aligns include adjusts, arranges, positions, straightens, or lines up. Other terms that can be used as synonyms for aligns include coordinates, synchronizes, balances, or harmonizes. These words can be useful when describing the process of bringing different elements into alignment or creating a sense of uniformity in a particular context. In general, synonyms for aligns can help to add precision and clarity to communication and avoid redundancy in language.

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Famous quotes with Aligns

  • As a humorist-scientist, Fort both aligns himself with all scientists, making them guilty by association with him — they are quacks too, anyone driven to belief by a system is a quack — and he always leaves himself a few curious exits.
    Charles Fort
  • George W. Bush has said he wants to change things in Washington. On this President's Day, we find him attempting this change in a most profound way. President Bush is to be commended for his recent Proclamation of National Sanctity of Human Life Day, in which he reminds his fellow citizens of the true principles of free government. But those principles today are usually ignored, or scorned. By taking up the challenge of defending these principles, President Bush aligns himself with the greatest President of our nation's history.
    Harry V. Jaffa
  • The idea of liberty, or the liberty which is a blessing, being an emancipation of the passions from moral restraint had no place in the constitutional doctrine of the novus ordo seclorum. The liberty which is a blessing must be good for the one who possesses it. It must therefore be a good in the sight of God, who is the source of blessings. Such a good must point to felicity, whether in this world or the next, as its consummation. By calling the advantages of liberty "blessings," the Constitution, which in certain respects makes perhaps the most radical break in all human history with all that has gone before it, nonetheless, in its understanding of the connection between happiness and virtue, aligns itself decisively with traditional moral philosophy and moral theology.
    Harry V. Jaffa
  • Management is a set of processes that can keep a complicated system of people and technology running smoothly. The most important aspects of management include planning, budgeting, organizing, staffing, controlling, and problem solving. Leadership is a set of processes that creates organizations in the first place or adapts them to significantly changing circumstances. Leadership defines what the future should look like, aligns people with that vision, and inspires them to make it happen despite the obstacles.
    John Kotter

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