assort assort  /ə ˈsɔrt/


  1. (v) keep company with; hang out with
  2. (v) arrange or order by classes or categories


  1. Their energy is a cause for celebration, and so, equally, is the power of the human mind to absorb, assimilate and assort all these phenomena.
  2. Surrounding Multimillionaire Coburn are a number of pleasant young people, including Piper Laurie, Rock Hudson, Gigi Perreau and an enthusiastic assort ment of sheiks and shebas.


  • A scary thought: This Halloween will mark the end of new Windows 7 consumer PCs [updated]

    If you want a new PC but would prefer to get one with Windows 7 instead of Windows 8, then you’d better realize that your window is slowly closing. Paul Thurrott writes that Microsoft has officially set a deadline of October 31st, 2014 as the last day it will allow manufacturing partners to preload the assort Home editions of Windows 7 onto new machines. After that point, every new consumer ...
    on February 15, 2014     Source: BGR News via Yahoo! News

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