Example sentences for: alphabetical

How can you use “alphabetical” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • inter -, re -, un -, etc., that are merely listed at their approximate alphabetical place, without definitions or other lexicographical information); every variant (counted only once); and every change in a part of speech.

  • Moreover, if it is deemed advisable to have the names in alphabetical order to make it easy to find a given street, it would be a simple matter to put Karachi Street between Istanbul and Lisbon Streets, Bach Boulevard between Jerusalem and Copland Boulevards followed by Debussy .

  • Various other lists could have given the essential information about names based on words with meanings such as ford and wood . An index would have allowed names to be traced in alphabetical order.

  • The family names are not listed as in a telephone directory, merely in alphabetical order, with no articulation between one entry and the next: rather, if names are etymologically related to one another, they are all listed under the same entry.

  • After 67 pages of well-written, informative essays about names and pseudonyms, each pseudonym is listed in alphabetical order with the real name following, some biographical data, information about the name change and, where appropriate, about the circumstances under which the change was made.


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