Madame Voss was certainly nearly twenty years younger than her husband, and yet the pair did not look to be ill-sorted.
He thought it to be unseasonable, ill-judged, and ill-sorted with the circumstances of all the parties.
Indeed, he is a crowd—a crowd of alien and ill-sorted ancestors.
With a heavier heart than that with which she reached it, Margaret leaves the bench and its ill-sorted occupants.
The classes themselves are ill-sorted and often troublesome, and are usually unwieldy by reason of their size.
They walked along in silence, the most ill-sorted pair that you might hope to find in all that higgledy-piggledy city.