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the —— sort US English

The kind of person likely to do or be involved with the thing specified

sort US English

A category of things or people having some common feature; a type

sort US Thesaurus

what sort of book is it?

re-sort US English

Sort (something) again or differently

sort of US English

To some extent; in some way or other (used to convey inexactness or vagueness)

sort-out US English

An act of tidying or organizing things by separating them into categories

of a sort US English

Of an atypical and typically inferior type

special sort US English

A character, such as an accented letter or a symbol, that is not normally included in any font

after a sort US English

After a fashion

in some sort US English

To a certain extent

sort someone out US English

Deal with someone who is causing trouble, typically by restraining, reprimanding, or punishing them

sort something out US English

Separate something from a mixed group

nothing of the sort US English

Used as an emphatic way of denying permission or refuting an earlier statement or assumption

sort through in sort US English

Look at (a group of things) one after another in order to classify them or make a selection

sort of in sort US English

To some extent; in some way or other (used to convey inexactness or vagueness)

of a sort in sort US English

Of an atypical and typically inferior type

separate the men from the boys US English

Show or prove which people in a group are truly competent, brave, or mature

the —— sort in sort US English

The kind of person likely to do or be involved with the thing specified

sort someone out in sort US English

Deal with someone who is causing trouble, typically by restraining, reprimanding, or punishing them

sort something out in sort US English

Separate something from a mixed group

after a sort in sort US English

After a fashion

in some sort in sort US English

To a certain extent

sort of in sort US Thesaurus

you look sort of familiar

sort out in sort US Thesaurus

they must sort out their problems

separate the wheat from the chaff US English

Distinguish valuable people or things from worthless ones

nothing of the sort in sort US English

Used as an emphatic way of denying permission or refuting an earlier statement or assumption

separate the wheat from the chaff in chaff1 US English

Distinguish valuable people or things from worthless ones

separate the men from the boys in man US English

Show or prove which people in a group are truly competent, brave, or mature