Definition of Sortings

1. Noun. (plural of sorting) ¹



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Definition of Sortings

1. sorting [n] - See also: sorting

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sortings

sorters
sortes
sortie
sortied
sortieing
sorties
sortilege
sortileges
sortilegious
sorting
sorting algorithm
sorting algorithms
sorting oneself out
sorting out
sorting program
sortings (current term)
sortition
sortitions
sortment
sortments
sorts
sorts oneself out
sorts out
sortsa
sorus
sorwe
sorweful
sorwes
sory
sos

Literary usage of Sortings

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1. Cost Control and Accounting for Textile Mills by Eugene Szepesi (1922)
"At present we will take up sorting, scouring and dyeing, and the task is to supply the manager with the following information: sortings required to cover ..."

2. To the Cape for Diamonds.: A Story of Digging Experiences in South Africa by Frederick Boyle (1873)
"... road—The pebbles—Job's Canteen—The Halfway House Canteen—The flies—Busy road—First glimpse of New Rush—The roads, the tents, the sortings, the claims, ..."

3. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1913)
"The movement series was always learned in fewer than thirty sortings. A second series was learned with the repetitions at intervals of one minute. ..."

4. The Psychology of Learning: An Advance Text in Educational Psychology by William Henry Pyle (1921)
"Make five sortings at a sitting, with half-hour rests between sittings. The class can be divided into four groups of equal ability as determined by previous ..."

5. South Africa: Its History, Heroes and Wars by William Douglas Mackenzie, Alfred Stead (1899)
"... after much percolation, delivers each uniform lot at a separate receptacle. After the pulsator there remain a number of "dry-sortings," and re- sortings ..."

6. Principles of Woollen Spinning by Howard Priestman (1908)
"In one particular lot, the seams are taken out, all bits of black that have escaped in previous sortings are now rejected, the rest goes to four piles: ..."

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