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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishassortedas‧sort‧ed /əˈsɔːtɪd $ -ɔːr-/ adjective  assorted.jpg VARIOUS/OF DIFFERENT KINDSof various different types paintbrushes in assorted sizes assorted vegetables ill-assorted
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assorteda box of assorted bandagesIn the centre of the table was a plate of assorted biscuits.The bridge was pedestrian-only and had been taken over by assorted buskers playing jazz or folk music.fruit and assorted cheesesAmongst the assorted contents of the other drawers she found another small box.One capsule of the good stuff can be split into several capsules and mixed with assorted cutting agents.The website contains links to assorted investment sites.The reef consists of 130 species of coral and supports over 300 species of fish as well as other assorted marine creatures.I take a cocktail and some assorted nuts in the bar to re-civilise myself.Dangle assorted objects from string near him, so he just has to reach forward slightly to hit them.a set of paintbrushes in assorted sizesWe sometimes carried in our pockets assorted stones to wedge in cracks.
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