• Definition for "assortment"
    • The work of assorting; split into courses.
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    • This eclectic assortment is characteristic of…
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assortment definition

  • noun:
    • The work of assorting; split into courses.
    • A collection of numerous kinds; a variety.
    • an accumulation varying but related products.
    • Act of assorting, or dispersing into types, sorts, or courses.
    • an assortment or volume of things distributed into types or sorts; a number of things assorted.
    • a group containing multiple types or types modified to different wants, demands, or functions.
    • The act of assorting or circulating into types, sorts, or classes, or of choosing and suiting.
    • A collection of things assorted: as, an assortment of goods; “an assortment of paintings,”
    • a course or group into which items tend to be assorted.
    • the act of distributing things into courses or categories of exactly the same type
    • a group containing a variety of types of things
    • The act of assorting; split into classes.
    • an accumulation of a variety; a variety.
    • A collection of different but related products.
    • Act of assorting, or distributing into types, types, or classes.
    • an assortment or level of things distributed into types or sorts; many things assorted.
    • a group containing many different sorts or sorts modified to different wishes, needs, or functions.
    • The work of assorting or dispersing into sorts, sorts, or courses, or of selecting and suiting.
    • an accumulation of things assorted: as, an assortment of goods; “an choice of paintings,”
    • a course or team into which items tend to be assorted.
    • the act of dispersing things into classes or kinds of the exact same kind
    • a collection containing many different types of things
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