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Definition of "sorted" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of sort. (verb)
  • Put into some order by sorting. (adjective)
  • In good order, under control. (adjective)
  • In possession of a sufficient supply, especially of narcotics. (adjective)
  • A general expression of approval. (interjection) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "sorted" in a sentence
  • "That the speed of light is absolute makes it a tad tricky, but Einstein sorted it and so will you when you've listened to this."
  • "At the outset, they might look similar, but the gifted are soon sorted from the deluded."
  • "Indeed, the arrival of the much-anticipated college admissions office envelope represents a moment of truth — a judgment day of sorts when the talented, the impressive, and the worthy, are sorted from the merely average; and hopeful youngsters learn whether they are destined for greatness or for unremarkable, middling lives."