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alphabetical    : [,ælfəb'ɛtɪkəl]
Alphabetic \Al`pha*bet"ic\, Alphabetical \Al`pha*bet"ic*al\, a.
[Cf. F. alphab['e]tique.]
1. Pertaining to, furnished with, expressed by, or in the
order of, the letters of the alphabet; as, alphabetic
characters, writing, languages, arrangement. English has
an alphabetical writing system.
[1913 Webster]

2. Literal. [Obs.] "Alphabetical servility." --Milton.
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3. in alphabetical order.

Syn: abecedarian
[WordNet 1.5]



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