alphabetized alphabetized  /ˈæl fə bə ˌtaɪzd/


  • (adj) having been put in alphabetical order


  1. Murkoff devotes an entire page to other acronyms, alphabetized and far more obscure: If BD is baby dance, a.
  2. Friends and kin looked for names, aided by roving guides carrying alphabetized directories.
  3. The book's 2,000-odd entries are alphabetized, but that is about the only concession to order.


  • Books are waiting for you at the Newtown Library Book Sale

    Browse and Buy a wonderful selection of clean, well-organized books for everyone from Kindergarteners through College Students and Business Travelers through Cooks! All Fiction Books are alphabetized by author for your easy review! Paperbacks, 50¢, Hardbacks $1, Coffee Table Books, $5 Come Wednesday and Thursday 10 to 8, Friday 10 to 5, and Saturday 10 to 3.
    on August 23, 2013     Source: Marple Newtown County Press

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