5°. Order as regards Categories
  • Rule (Substantives), regularity, uniformity, constancy, standard, model, nature, principle, the order of things, routine, prevalence, practice, usage, custom, use, habit 613, regulation, convention, convenances.
  • Form, formula, law, canon, principle, key-note, catchword.

    Type, pattern, precedent, paradigm, the normal, natural, ordinary or model state or condition, norm.

    (Phrases). A standing dish; the Procrustean law; laws of the Medes and Persians.

  • Multiformity (Substantives), variety, diversity, multi-fariousness, allotropy.
  • (Adjectives). Multiform, polymorphic, multifold, manifold, multifarious, multigenerous, omnifarious, heterogeneous, motley, epicene, indiscriminate, desultory, irregular, diversified, allotropic.

    (Phrases). Et hoc genus omne; of all sorts and kinds; and what not? de omnibus rebus et quibusdam aliis.

  • Conformity (Substantives), conformance, observance, naturalisation, harmony.
  • Example, instance, specimen, sample, ensample, exemplar, exemplification, illustration, case in point, quotation, the rule.

    (Phrases). The order of the day; the common or ordinary run of things (see 23); matter of course; "familiar matter of to-day."

    (Verbs). To conform to rule, be regular, to be orthodox, etc., to follow, observe, go by, bend to, obey rules, to be guided or regulated by, be wont, etc. 613, to chime in with, to be in harmony with, follow suit; to standardise, naturalise.

    (Phrases). Hurler avec les loups; to do in Rome as the Romans do; to swim with the stream.

    To exemplify, illustrate, cite, quote, put a case, produce an instance, etc., to set an example.

    (Phrase). To keep one in countenance.

    (Adjectives). Conformable to rule, regular, uniform, constant, steady, according to rule, selon les règles, de règle, en règle, de rigueur, normal, well regulated, formal, canonical, orthodox, conventional, strict, rigid, positive, uncompromising, see 23.

    Ordinary, natural, usual, common, wonted, accustomed, habitual, household, average, everyday, current, rife, prevailing, prevalent, established, received, acknowledged, typical, accepted, recognised, representative, hackneyed, well-known, familiar, vernacular, commonplace, trite, banal, cut and dried, naturalised, orderly, stereotyped, cliché.

    Exemplary, illustrative, in point, of daily or every-day occurrence, in the order of things.

    (Phrases). Regular as clock-work; being in the order of the day.

    (Adverbs). Conformably, by rule, regularly, etc., agreeably to.

    Usually, generally, ordinarily, commonly, for the most part, as usual, ad instar, instar omnium, more solito, more suo, pro more.

    Of course, as a matter of course, pro forma.

    Always, uniformly, invariably, without exception, never otherwise.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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