orderliness orderliness  /ˈɔr dər li nəs/


  1. (n) the quality of appreciating method and system
  2. (n) a condition of regular or proper arrangement



  1. This is a society that for centuries was dominated by a Confucian ideology that ascribed overwhelming virtue to orderliness.
  2. In our digitized, globalized 21st century society, we value orderliness and predictability.
  3. A certain clockwork orderliness befits any work of this genre, but the relentlessness of the surprises becomes deeply unsurprising.



  • Paulson said Sunday, "I appreciate the additional actions taken this evening by the Federal Reserve to enhance the stability, liquidity and orderliness of our markets."
    on Mar 17, 2006 By: Henry Paulson Source: 940 News

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