(Roget's IV) modif.
1. [On order]
Syn. requested, requisitioned, applied for, sent for, bespoken, spoken for, engaged, booked, arranged for, stipulated, retained, written for, telephoned for; see also requested 2 , reserved 1 .
2. [Commanded]
Syn. directed, ordained, charged, dictated, regulated, decreed, ruled, enjoined, bidden, imposed, authorized, proclaimed, exacted, forbidden, interdicted, required, proscribed, prescribed, announced, by order, by command, as ordered, under one's jurisdiction; see also approved , requested 1 .
Ant. omitted*, revoked, optional.
3. [Put in order]
Syn. arranged, regulated, placed; see classified , organized .
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) a.
orderly, arranged, well-ordered, systematic, in good form, organized, methodical, shipshape, tidy, neat.
ANT.: disordered, in disarray, disorganized, messy

English dictionary for students. 2013.

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