Functioning within a formal structure, as in the coordination and direction of activities.(adjective)
Affiliated in an organization, especially a union.(adjective)
Efficient and methodical.(adjective)
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Use "organized" in a sentence
"Some liberal groups have begun sending their own supporters detailed instructions on how to counter what they call organized disruptions."
"MATTINGLY: To avoid another raid like it, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid wants a Federal Polygamy Task Force targeting what he calls organized crime, crossing state lines, and going beyond the sexual abuse of young girls."
"A Senate leader wants to target what he calls organized crime."