orderly


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Synonyms for orderly

Synonyms for orderly

arranged or proceeding in a set, systematized pattern

Synonyms for orderly

a soldier who serves as an attendant to a superior officer

a male hospital attendant who has general duties that do not involve the medical treatment of patients

devoid of violence or disruption

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clean or organized

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To you," he said, grasping the sound arm of his orderly, "I confide her for one hour.
cried the major, finding his orderly untouched, and the carriage in its place.
until an indignant Hospital Orderly whisked him away.
And the Hospital Orderly was so satisfied with the justice of the punishment that he did not even order Private Dormer back to his cot.
he asked Lavrushka, Denisov's orderly, whom all the regiment knew for a rogue.
I must have that purse, I tell you," shouted Denisov, shaking his orderly by the shoulders and knocking him against the wall.
In the orderly procedure of social evolution there was no place for it.
Such men rule orderly in their cities of fair women: great riches and wealth follow them: their sons exult with ever-fresh delight, and their daughters in flower-laden bands play and skip merrily over the soft flowers of the field.
And the philosopher holding converse with the divine order, becomes orderly and divine, as far as the nature of man allows; but like every one else, he will suffer from detraction.
You are aware, I replied, that quick intelligence, memory, sagacity, cleverness, and similar qualities, do not often grow together, and that persons who possess them and are at the same time high-spirited and magnanimous are not so constituted by nature as to live orderly and in a peaceful and settled manner; they are driven any way by their impulses, and all solid principle goes out of them.
Meanwhile, Napoleon screened behind his curtain of frontier-fortresses, was preparing for the outbreak which was to drive all these orderly people into fury and blood; and lay so many of them low.
for the resolute faith which the Duke of Wellington had inspired in the whole English nation was as intense as that more frantic enthusiasm with which at one time the French regarded Napoleon), the country seemed in so perfect a state of orderly defence, and the help at hand in case of need so near and overwhelming, that alarm was unknown, and our travellers, among whom two were naturally of a very timid sort, were, like all the other multiplied English tourists, entirely at ease.
Before him stood the orderly with a tray of brandy and salted cucumbers.
As yet there had been no symptom of the news having any better foundation than in the fears of those who brought it, but The Boot had not been deserted five minutes, when there appeared, coming across the fields, a body of men who, it was easy to see, by the glitter of their arms and ornaments in the sun, and by their orderly and regular mode of advancing--for they came on as one man--were soldiers.
Heads erect, shoulders square, every man stepping in exact time--all so orderly and regular--nobody looking at him--nobody seeming conscious of his presence,--he could hardly believe he was a Prisoner.