verb (used with object), or·gan·ized, or·gan·iz·ing.
verb (used without object), or·gan·ized, or·gan·iz·ing.
Origin of organize
Synonyms for organize
Antonyms for organize
Examples from the Web for organised
Contemporary Examples of organised
Sanjiang's resistance has been organised with almost military precision.Christians Form Human Shield Around Church in China's 'Jerusalem'
April 6, 2014
Mantel's lecture, organised by London Review of Books, was titled Undressing Anne Boleyn and was on the topic of royal women.Hilary Mantel: I Have No Regrets About Kate Middleton "Jointed Doll" Comments
March 8, 2013
I want to serve the people and I want every girl, every child, to be educated and for that reason we have organised Malala Fund.Malala: 'I want every girl, every child, to be educated'
February 4, 2013
He had organised a private English class for his son and several other boys.A Yom Kippur Reading
September 26, 2012
Mr Peek, who organised a raft of Golden Jubilee beacons in 2002, delivered the crystal to the Tower of London yesterday evening.4,000 Beacons To Illuminate The Globe on Jubilee Weekend
May 2, 2012
Historical Examples of organised
On the other hand, Philology is an organised science, and has its own laws.
Can exercises be organised in which the pupil may do original work on the facts?
Reardon had organised the care of that being who was himself.The Prisoner
It is an open secret that the concert was organised by Killick.War Letters of a Public-School Boy
A hunting party was organised for the next day and I was invited.Australia Revenged