Synonyms for Order:


bus, injunction, cellar, direction, booth, mandate, brown-bag, bill, all-you-can-eat, bill of fare, law, BYO. amount, pile, heap, purchase, quantity, bulk, layer, shipment. cooperation, adherence, obedience, complaisance, integrity, compliance, custom, observation, observance, give and take, ritual, tradition, rite, legalism. commission, flash mob, police, by the authority of, under the command of, panel, Support Group, flash mobbing. climate, background, formation, event, context, deployment, conditions, state of affairs, lineup, situation, circumstance, environment, categorization. brief, affidavit, covenant, conveyance, clause, codicil, Systemization, systematization, criminal record, pattern, bond, contract, article. baptize, better, condition, anthem, baptise, kilter, the Book of Common Prayer, trim, fettle, benediction, celebrate, baptism, catechism, fitness, call down, amen. brother, animism, precede, cult, cleric, congregation, Baha'i, Consecution, procession, succession, brethren, coreligionist, ascetic. course, progression, invite, plead, claim, streak, insist on something, ask for, train, beg, round, suite. check, coloration, congress, argyle, articulation, league, union, sorority, federation, chronology, configuration, association, confederation, fraternity, column, arabesque. instruct, description, order around, lot, require, push around, manner, boss around, nature, tax with. tier, bracket, cross-section. knight, knighthood, dame, dub, MBE. generic, subspecies. arrangement, organization (noun)
form, series, grouping, classification, progression, regulation, structure, categorization, layout, plan, uniformity, placement, regularity, distribution, symmetry, array, pattern, computation, harmony, disposal, ordering, method, management, succession, cast, scale, line, procedure, lineup, scheme, system, assortment, procession, establishment, orderliness, rule, sequence.
categorization (noun)
category (noun)
feather, level, ilk, category, clan, line, kind, step, people, persuasion, designation, classification, degree, denomination, kingdom, stock, phylum, style, stripe, taxonomy, genus, grain, race, variety, strain, caste, Family, species, genotype, mold, breed, make, series.
circumstances (noun)
class, status (noun)
feather, caste, grade, description, breed, species, set, type, stripe, ilk, degree, hierarchy, rank, position, Family, sort, nature, pigeonhole, bracket, kind, place, genus.
condition (noun)
state of affairs.
course of action (noun)
direction (noun)
harmony (noun)
instruction (noun)
kind (noun)
lawfulness (noun)
discipline, law, control, quiet, peace, calm, tranquility, peacefulness, integrity.
line (noun)
lineup (noun)
method (noun)
Systemization, orderliness, systematization.
order (noun)
govern, grade, uniformity, prescribe, rank, edict, dictate, ordain, parliamentary law, consistency, regularity, tell, lodge, ordinate, steadiness, set up, stability, arrange, purchase order, regulate, society, organization, arrangement, order of magnitude, ordination, orderliness, range, parliamentary procedure, rules of order, put, decree, enjoin, symmetry, guild, efficiency, place, regularize, rescript, fiat, harmony, normalcy, normality, gild, say, consecrate, club, rate, system, method, ordering.
ordination (noun)
organization (noun)
fraternity, club, sorority, guild, society, sect, league, association, lodge, union.
peace (noun)
concord, quiet, quietness, peace, orderliness, quiescence, calm, accord, neutrality, truce, rest, amity, friendliness, nonaggression, serenity, placidness, nonresistance, tranquility, repose, armistice, cease-fire.
precedence (noun)
antecedence, precedence, earliness, precession, primacy, anticipation, position, priority.
rank (noun)
request; purchase agreement (noun)
bulk, purchase, commission, engagement, booking, requisition, shipment, amount, reserve, application, quantity, reservation.
school of thought (noun)
sequence (noun)
succession, Consecution.
social class (noun)
social organization (noun)
social rank (noun)
tidy (noun)
ordered, organized, neat, well-kept, shipshape, just so, Manicured, uncluttered, orderly.
word (noun)


arrange, organize (verb)
fix, regulate, right, normalize, neaten, regularize, classify, adjust, index, Methodize, settle, align, group, manage, systematize, range, marshal, tidy, routine, class, establish.
categorize (verb)
designate, label, assort, brand, stamp.
clean (verb)
launder, purge, sterilize, cleanse, clear, wash, Disinfect, wipe, sweep, neaten, scrub, filter, sanitize, tidy, purify, clean.
communication (verb)
tell, enjoin, say.
control (verb)
lead, oversee, superintend, execute, steer, direct, harness, preside, administer, govern, bridle, command, pilot, discipline, rule, manage, dominate, supervise.
order (verb)
sort, arrange, frame, systematize, scheme, stabilize, orchestrate, unify, adjust, array, support, schedule, right, screen, balance, type, schematize, control, requisition, rationalize, shape, class, sift, stratify, rank, prepare, separate, mediate, normalize, harmonize, chart, form, maintain, integrate, set, marshal, settle, design, collate, compose, cast, place, classify, group, pigeonhole, Methodize, program, categorize, rate, grade, establish, organize, score, subordinate, fix, plan, plot, unsnarl, structure, devise, regulate.
sequence (verb)
follow, progression, link, progress, concatenate, sequence, thread, align, succeed, chain, queue, string.

Other synonyms:

course, direction. word, manner, nature. bar. charge. book
set up.
Other relevant words:
course, formation, commission, charge, guild, mandate, bidding, word, kilter, society, require, layout, condition, status, ordain, bracket, fettle, enjoin, instruct, demand, sect, dictate, trim, prescribe, grouping, procedure, behest, disposal, decree, award, commandment.

Usage examples for order

  1. Otherwise in good order – A Catalogue of Early Pennsylvania and Other Firearms and Edged Weapons at "Restless Oaks" by Henry W. Shoemaker
  2. She and your governess don't know how to keep you in order – Jill's Red Bag by Amy Le Feuvre
  3. But Joe was certain that a wedding present was in order – The Lost Wagon by James Arthur Kjelgaard