Organizing [verb]

Definition of Organizing:

arrange, systematize

Opposite/Antonyms of Organizing:

Sentence/Example of Organizing:

He had had no experience in organizing schools upon the graded plan.

I'm organizing every day and making speeches half my nights.

It developed that for some weeks he had been organizing rebellion.

(a) An increased recognition of the subject matter in organizing the course.

With the help of our organizing talent you will become the France of the future.

He had no genius for organizing, for initiative, or for order even.

Now, in Russia and China and India, our societies are organizing and growing.

I am the organizing secretary, and I advise you just now to leave the room.

He rummaged through his pockets for a cigarette, organizing his thoughts.

It's going to be too much for us to handle alone; we're organizing a company to do it.