grouped grouped  /ˈɡrupt/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) arranged into groups

Usage(s):

  1. So do 41 other countries, grouped into five regions: Southeast Asia, Northeast Asia, Central Asia, the Indian subcontinent and Himalayas, and the Middle East.
  2. Each of the 17 people running for President has their own YouTube channel, now helpfully grouped by the service under the banner You Choose '08.
  3. Harry has seen the kind of people who are grouped around this very evil character.

News

  1. U.S. Open By The Numbers: Tiger Woods Dominates Rory McIlroy And Adam Scott

    The 113th U.S. Open has intrigue galore to offer golf fans and it starts with the power trio of Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott, who will play the first two rounds of the Open together at Merion Golf Club outside of Philadelphia. The group tees off at 1:14 Thursday (weather permitting). It marks the third straight year that Open officials grouped the top three players in the world ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Forbes

  2. There Are Only Two Types Of People Who Matter

    There are three types of people in the world, but only two types really matter. According to many self-made millionaires, people can be grouped into us and them. Then there are the irrelevants, whom by definition, don?t figure into many decisions.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Forbes

  3. Scott welcomes U.S. Open pairing challenge

    Adam Scott welcomes the difficulties of being grouped with Tiger Woods for the first two rounds of the U.S. Open, figuring he'll need to cope with the game's No. 1 player at some point.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: ESPN

Quotes

  1. "I want you to explain why I have been grouped in with those terrorist people," said Arkin Mahmud _ the detainee who dreams of moving to the US _ told a Guantanamo panel almost three years ago.
    on Oct 9, 2008 By: Arkin Mahmud Source: FOXNews

  2. Anglican commitments to listen to the concerns of gays were not carried out "with any degree of seriousness by those people who have most to lose by genuine engagement - that is, those parts of the Episcopal Church loosely grouped under the American...
    on Sep 26, 2007 By: Giles Goddard Source: Forbes

  3. "It is so tight, when you see it grouped up like that, even teams as low as eighth will think 'maybe we can do it this year' and football is like that," Ferguson added. "It gives you an optimism that might not be realistic but you should be...
    on Aug 5, 2009 By: Sir Alex Ferguson Source: AFP

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