well-ordered

[wel-awr-derd] /ˈwɛlˈɔr dərd/
adjective
1.
arranged, planned, or occurring in a desirable way, sequence, etc.
Origin
1600–10
British Dictionary definitions for well ordered
well-ordered
 
adj
logic, maths (of a relation) having the property that every nonempty subset of its field has a least member under the relation: less than is well-ordered on the natural numbers but not on the reals, since an open set has no least member

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Word Origin and History for well ordered
well-ordered
1606, from well (adv.) + pp. of order.
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