sorts

All Noun
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  • Some sorts can be taken out of the car and used hand-held while walking.
  • All sorts of unique trees and flowers can be seen along the route as well.
  • In fact, the League has always had a relationship of sorts with such groups.
  • The term go-go bar is often used for certain sorts of strip clubs.
  • In the summer, the island becomes filled with various sorts of flowers.
  • Watching animals of various sorts, including a very wide range of birds, has also long been popular.
  • This model can be fit using the same sorts of methods as the above more basic model.
  • For these sorts of reasons, much of bearing design is about failure analysis.
  • He never slept and there would be all sorts of strange people in there with him.
  • There have been a wide variety of materials of all sorts published over the years to further details this world.
  • There is a supermarket where you can find all sorts of food and other things.
  • He recorded and wrote many songs in all sorts of genre.
  • We can now form all sorts of functions of time which we may integrate over the path.
  • The following table sorts cities by the number of Cups won by local teams.
  • Also in the 1980s, news programming of various sorts began to be offered widely to stations.
  • Throughout all his life Michurin worked to create new sorts of fruit plants.
  • He devoted himself to preparing works on many subjects of different sorts.
  • These are all comparison sorts, and so cannot perform better than in the average or worst case.
  • Spies can bring back all sorts of information concerning the size and strength of an enemy army.
  • Urban archaeology has developed especially to deal with these sorts of site.
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Root form of sorts is sort for both verb and noun.

Meaning of sorts

  • noun An approximate definition or example
    she wore a sort of magenta dress, she served a creamy sort of dessert thing
  • noun A person of a particular character or nature
    what sort of person is he?, he's a good sort
  • noun An operation that segregates items into groups according to a specified criterion
    the bottleneck in mail delivery is the process of sorting