assorted

[uh-sawr-tid]
adjective
  1. consisting of different or various kinds; miscellaneous: assorted flavors; assorted sizes.
  2. consisting of selected kinds; arranged in sorts or varieties: rows of assorted vegetables.
  3. matched; suited.

Origin of assorted

First recorded in 1790–1800; assort + -ed2
Related formsun·as·sort·ed, adjectivewell-as·sort·ed, adjective
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assorted

adjective
  1. consisting of various kinds mixed together; miscellaneousassorted sweets
  2. arranged in sorts; classifiedassorted categories
  3. matched; suited (esp in the combinations well-assorted, ill-assorted)
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Word Origin and History for unassorted

assorted

adj.

"arranged in sorts," 1797, past participle adjective from assort (v.).

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