The result is an assortment of cheerful and vibrant suits that feel simultaneously young and style-conscious.
Then, that very same week, she got into a car accident on a snowy road and was left with an assortment of broken bones.
Less than a month earlier, there was a planned “gathering of dissidents” featuring an assortment of Nazi-envy characters.
The old picture of a hustler is a wizened guy, standing on a street corner selling some assortment of unsavory goods.
For better than a year now, the self-declared leader of “21st century socialism” has been battling an assortment of demons.
Especially if you pick up an assortment of expletives in the Sicilian vernacular.
We have a shop close by, where you will find an assortment of all the articles that are most in request.
Cutter began tumbling out upon the floor an assortment of clothing, evincing little respect for the Mexican's finery.
The shopwoman displayed her assortment of cotillion objects.
A comb-maker, however, well provided in tools, has an assortment of double saws set at every ordinary width.
assortment as·sort·ment (ə-sôrt'mənt)
The relationship between non-allelic genetic traits that are transmitted from parent to child independently and according to the degree of linkage between the respective loci.