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Definition of sort:

  1. A kind or species; class or order; manner; degree of any quality. Out of sorts, out of order; unwell.
  2. To separate into classes; to reduce to order from a state of confusion; to put together in distribution; to select.
  3. To be joined with others of the same species; to consort; to suit; to fit.

Common misspellings for sort:

secert, soport, seport, ciurt, supoort, soute, soket, surte, srout, strt, surten, sorte, shsort, disort, sorr, soryy, soppurt, worsyt, soef, shoert, sovit, sghort, hsoute, socitey, ssorry, stort, sortor, stoar, sourtce, sovite, usert, soilt, socity, resourt, smrt, scort, soter, isert, soprt, sught, soont, secerty, sorce, srry, dasert, hsort, histort, srote, nort, someti, sertoma, xport, saought, soroity, soutn, sourts, dort, seetw, sott, scert, soewht, socety, sureto, soote, sart, socitiy, soirt, sortta, sceret, soviot, sqirt, skert, sirte, soicty, sords, shrt, somw, sotuh, tsart, sourth, storu, zurtek, siriit, soif, sorde, scerd, soiety, soite, sourt, zertec, sorwd, fort, secort, smoot, sorrt, sory, sotre, msoit, sortly, sortd.

What does the abbreviation sort mean?

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Google Ngram Viewer results for sort:

This graph shows how "sort" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for sort:

  1. You're just sort of searching for this "thing" and sometimes you get it and sometimes you don't. All music is imperfect, but in jazz since you're improvising, at least the way I play, I'm trying to follow my train of thought in a solo.
  2. I sort of feel sorry for the next man who gets me. I may just kill him with passion. He'd better be strong and have a good heart!
  3. I am turned into a sort of machine for observing facts and grinding out conclusions.
  4. Being the 8th out of 10 kids, and being the one that stayed in trouble, I sort of became a momma's boy.
  5. There's something that sort of weirds me out about actors who want to be rock stars, and the other way around too.

Rhymes for sort:

  1. resort, port, ohrt, torte, support, dort, transport, tort, swart, stuart, norte, exhort, bort, ct, cort, snort, short, purport, thwart, kort, ort, quart, court, porte, report, wart, escort, fort, import, extort, forte, sport, boart, foret, mort;
  2. comport, deport, distort, abort, cavort, contort, assort, athwart, consort;
  3. misreport, teleport;
  4. underreport;