neatly or conveniently arranged; well-organized: an ordered office.
done according to specific principles or procedures: an ordered method of assembling the parts.
conducted according to certain precepts or rules: an ordered way of life.

Origin of ordered

Related formsor·dered·ness, nounnon·or·dered, adjectiveun·or·dered, adjective
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