Arrange in a sentence

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Definition of Arrange

  • To put in proper order; to dispose (persons, or parts) in the manner intended, or best suited for the purpose; as, troops arranged for battle.
  • To adjust or settle; to prepare; to determine; as, to arrange the preliminaries of an undertaking.
  • arrange attractively
  • arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events
  • make arrangements for
  • put into a proper or systematic order
  • plan, organize, and carry out (an event)
  • adapt for performance in a different way
  • set (printed matter) into a specific format

How to use arrange in a sentence. Arrange pronunciation.

Arrange to have a special department-special entrance, if possible-with "The Club" painted up.
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She declared she would wait upon her dearly beloved Charlotte from the altar to the very threshold of the nuptial chamber; that she would arrange her trousseau, and that the marriage should take place from her house.
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After a few minutes-"I wish much, my child," said Madame de Tecle, "to repose for half an hour; and then also I wish to arrange my toilet.
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It was agreed Commissioners should meet during the afternoon to definitely arrange the terms of surrender, and I appointed Major Generals Wheeler and Lawton and Lieutenant Miley to represent the United States.
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There were also some dozen commercial treaties to be signed, or canvassed, or cancelled; and a report having got about that there was a rumour that some disturbance had broken out in some parts unknown, a flying expedition was despatched, with sealed orders, to circumnavigate the globe and arrange affairs.
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He told the girls the Tramp Club had planned to spend a week on one of the islands in the lake, and that they would so arrange the time as to do so when the Meadow-Brook party was in that vicinity.
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The Moravians, meanwhile, were not waiting idly for matters to turn their way, but even before Reck reached his decision Spangenberg had started for England to arrange personally with the Georgia Trustees for their emigration.
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Spangenberg had called on several merchants to see if he could arrange a loan for the Moravians, for Zinzendorf's means were already strained to the utmost by what he was doing for the Church, and he did not see how it was possible to provide the money in any other way.
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Scarcely had they lifted anchor when the Moravians began to arrange their days, that they might not be idly wasted.
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He also begged Oglethorpe to help him arrange his departure for Pennsylvania as soon as possible, which the General agreed to do.
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They thought it over and decided that George Neisser should go with him as far as Pennsylvania, where the case should be laid before Spangenberg, with the request that he go to London, arrange matters with the Trustees, and get permission for them to leave Georgia.
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Nothing now remained for the members still in Savannah, but to so arrange matters that they might leave on the first opportunity.
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He offered to give them five hundred and twenty-six acres near Purisburg, and to arrange for two men to be stationed in Augusta, either as licensed Traders, for many Indians came there, or as Schoolmasters.
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UT 84116 Contact us if you want to arrange for a wire transfer or payment method other than by check or money order.
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For if we wish to arrange and organize the world of mankind in accordance with the present religious imitations and thereby to establish the felicity of the world of mankind, it is impossible and impracticable—for example, the enforcement of the laws of the Old Testament (Torah) and also of the other religions in accordance with present imitations.
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It contained a vast number of letters in great disorder, and he told Philip to sort them out and arrange them alphabetically according to the names of the writers.
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In a little while she wrote that she could not bear the separation any longer, she would arrange to come over to London for Christmas.
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As they drove along he asked himself what plans they had made to meet without his knowledge, he cursed himself for having left them alone, he had actually gone out of his way to enable them to arrange things.
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They settled that Philip should fetch Cronshaw next day, and Philip snatched an hour from his busy morning to arrange the change.
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His companion on these occasions was Bell, the lad in the haberdashery, who stayed in often to arrange the stamps he collected.
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Examples of Arrange

Example #1
Every idiot of them will, at all events, come and look at the shop; that can be depended upon; in itself no bad advertisement.
Example #2
Have a big room, with comfortable chairs, and the women's weekly papers lying about, and smart dresses displayed on what-d'ye-call-'ems, like they have in windows.
Example #3
I must declare one thing-you astonish me.
Example #4
The conduct of the Countess was more noble.
Example #5
They clasped each other's hands, and smiled at each other to restrain the tears which filled the eyes of both.
Example #6
Then, too, he feels very much afflicted-he suffers as much as we.