An algorithm for sorting a list of items into a particular order. (noun)
A piece of metal type used to print one letter, character, or symbol in a particular size and style. (noun)
To separate according to certain criteria. (verb)
To arrange into some order, especially numerically, alphabetically or chronologically. (verb)
To fix a problem, to handle a task; to sort out. (verb)
Examples of word sort
_little plant_ or sort, as _Pouchong_, or _folded sort_, refers to the mode of packing it; _Campoi_ is corrupted from _kan pei_ i.e. carefully fired; _Chulan_ is the tea scented with the chulan flower, and applied to some kinds of scented green tea.
She was approaching them at a brisk trot, greeting her numerous acquaintance as she passed with familiar nods, at each giving her horses an additional touch, and pursing up her lips to accelerate their speed; indeed, she was so intent upon the management of her reins, and her eyes so fixed upon her cattle, that there was no time for more than a sort of sidelong glance of recognition; and every additional smack of the whip seem'd to say, "_Here I come -- that's your sort_."
KIRBY: The title sort of emerged out of the text itself. . .
But this anarchist lassie kept insisting on calling it Bovril, and the name sort of â€¦ stuck.
Well, the title sort of says it by itself, but Sky Entertainment has a nice gallery of Magda Apanowicz photos from various events including SyFy events.