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  • 1Method — Meth od, n. [F. m[ e]thode, L. methodus, fr. Gr. meqodos method, investigation following after; meta after + odo s way.] 1. An orderly procedure or process; regular manner of doing anything; hence, manner; way; mode; as, a method of teaching… …

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  • 2method acting — Method Meth od, n. [F. m[ e]thode, L. methodus, fr. Gr. meqodos method, investigation following after; meta after + odo s way.] 1. An orderly procedure or process; regular manner of doing anything; hence, manner; way; mode; as, a method of… …

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  • 3method — I noun arrangement, blueprint, classification, consistency, course, course of action, custom, discipline, established order, fixed order, formula, habit, layout, logical order, manner, master plan, means, mode, modus, operation, order,… …

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  • 4arrangement — I (ordering) noun adaption, arraying, collocation, compositio, composition, conformation, conlocatio, formation, method, regularity, schematism, symmetry, systematization, uniformity II (plan) noun conception, concoction, contrivance, course of… …

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  • 5method — method, mode, manner, way, fashion, system are comparable when they denote the means taken or the plan or procedure followed in doing a kind of work or in achieving an end. Method may denote either an abstraction or a concrete procedure, but in… …

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  • 6method — [n1] means, procedure adjustment, approach, arrangement, channels, course, custom, design, disposal, disposition, fashion, form, formula, habit, line, manner, mechanism, method, mode, modus, modus operandi, nuts and bolts*, plan, practice,… …

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  • 7arrangement — [n1] an understanding adjustment, agreement, compact, compromise, deal, frame up*, game plan*, layout*, organization, package*, package deal*, plan, preparation, provision, schedule, settlement, setup, terms; concept 684 arrangement [n2]… …

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  • 8method — [meth′əd] n. [Fr méthode < L methodus < Gr methodos, a going after, pursuit, system < meta, after (see META ) + hodos, a way (see ODE1)] 1. a way of doing anything; mode; procedure; process; esp., a regular, orderly, definite procedure… …

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  • 9method — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Systematic procedure Nouns method, way, manner, wise; gait, form, mode, means, style, fashion, design, tone, behavior, guise; modus operandi, modus vivendi, procedure, process, practice, regimen, system …

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  • 10Method of image charges — The method of image charges (also known as the method of images and method of mirror charges) is a basic problem solving tool in electrostatics. The name originates from the replacement of certain elements in the original layout with imaginary… …

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  • 11method — noun Etymology: Middle English, prescribed treatment, from Latin methodus, from Greek methodos, from meta + hodos way Date: 15th century 1. a procedure or process for attaining an object: as a. (1) a systematic procedure, technique, or mode of… …

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  • 12Method of loci — The method of loci (plural of Latin locus for place or location), also called the memory palace, is a mnemonic device introduced in ancient Roman rhetorical treatises (in the anonymous Rhetorica ad Herennium, Cicero s De Oratore, and Quintilian s …

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  • 13method — methodless, adj. /meth euhd/, n. 1. a procedure, technique, or way of doing something, esp. in accordance with a definite plan: There are three possible methods of repairing this motor. 2. a manner or mode of procedure, esp. an orderly, logical,… …

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  • 14arrangement — 1) A method of enabling a debtor to enter into an agreement with any creditors (either privately or through the courts) to discharge his or her debts by partial payment, as an alternative to bankruptcy. This is generally achieved by a scheme of… …

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  • 15method — /ˈmɛθəd / (say methuhd) noun 1. a mode of procedure, especially an orderly or systematic mode: a method of instruction. 2. a way of doing something, especially in accordance with a definite plan. 3. order or system in doing anything: to work with …

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  • 16arrangement — Synonyms and related words: Nachtmusik, abatement of differences, absolute music, accommodation, accord, adaptation, adjunct, adjustment, adornment, affair, agreement, air varie, aleatory, aleatory music, alignment, analysis, anatomy, appointment …

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  • 17arrangement — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Putting in proper order Nouns 1. arrangement, plan, preparation, disposition, disposal, distribution, deployment, sorting; configuration, form, format, grouping, placement, formation, constitution,… …

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  • 18method — meth•od [[t]ˈmɛθ əd[/t]] n. 1) a procedure, technique, or planned way of doing something 2) order or system in doing anything: to work with method[/ex] 3) orderly or systematic arrangement, sequence, or the like 4) sbz the Method. Also called… …

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  • 19method — Synonyms and related words: MO, ability, action, actions, activity, acts, address, affectation, air, algorithm, anality, apple pie order, approach, arrangement, art, avenue, behavior, behavior pattern, behavioral norm, behavioral science,… …

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  • 20method — n. 1 a special form of procedure esp. in any branch of mental activity. 2 orderliness; regular habits. 3 the orderly arrangement of ideas. 4 a scheme of classification. 5 Theatr. a technique of acting based on the actor s thorough emotional… …

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