What is another word for assort?

2583 synonyms found


[ ɐsˈɔːt], [ ɐsˈɔːt], [ ɐ_s_ˈɔː_t]

Assort is a verb that means to group or classify items based on their similarities. Some synonyms for this word include categorize, arrange, sort, organize, and group. An individual assorting items is also known as an assorteer. To assort efficiently, one must have a clear understanding of the items being sorted and their respective categories. Another important synonym for assort is differentiate, as sorting often involves identifying unique features that distinguish items from others in the same group. In summary, when you assort something, you are grouping it; when you categorize something, you are organizing it and among the synonyms for this word, there are a few that are more specific.

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What are the hypernyms for Assort?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for assort?

Assort is a verb that refers to the act of classifying or grouping things together based on their similarities. The antonyms for the word assort are disarrange, disorder, mix-up, jumble, and disorganize. Disarrange is used to describe the state of things that are not arranged properly. Disorder refers to the lack of order or arrangement. Mix-up indicates a confusion in which things are mixed with one another. Jumble is used to describe things that are mixed up in a disorganized manner. Disorganize refers to the act of disrupting or breaking down the order of things. Using these antonyms for the word assort can help to add variety and depth to your vocabulary.

What are the antonyms for Assort?

Usage examples for Assort

Looking first at the confused mass of notes, all "head and tail," and then scanning the appearance of my customer, he began his task; but with all his practice it took him a quarter of an hour to assort the payment.
"Cattle and Cattle-breeders"
William M'Combie
The results were not fully recognized as linkage, because white and rudimentary are so far apart in the chromosome that they seemed to assort freely from each other.
"Sex-linked Inheritance in Drosophila"
Thomas Hunt Morgan Calvin B. Bridges
These decorations are still-thanks to the purity of the air of Paris-as fresh as if only a year painted, and are of great beauty; so much so, that it will be not only very expensive but very difficult to assort the furniture to them; and, unfortunately, there is not a single meuble in the house.
"The Idler in France"
Marguerite Gardiner

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