- of numerous different types purposefully arranged but lacking any uniformity
- composed of a haphazard assortment of various kinds
- of Assort
- Selected; culled.
"arranged in kinds," 1797, past participle adjective from assort (v.).
(imp. & p. p.) of Assort
- (a.) chosen; culled.
All are assorted and mated to suitable rams. Most of the older ewes take the ram in September, but maiden ewes are kept back till October.