Definition of 'orderly'
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The free time, the orderly apartment, the periods of peace that had been his were no longer his own. THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS (2002)From what little I'd learned, fairs were pretty orderly along time-honoured lines. THE TARTAN RINGERS (2002)Food had been served to them earlier by an orderly grown accustomed to glacial silences, split only by the odd cracking of a wooden chair. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)
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British English: orderly ADJECTIVE
If something is done in an orderly fashion or manner, it is done in a well-organized and controlled way.
The organizers guided them in orderly fashion out of the building.
British English: orderly NOUN
An orderly is a person who works in a hospital and does jobs that do not require special medical training.
For most of his life, he was a hospital orderly.
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