The past suddenly barged into my well-ordered American life and seemed more urgent than the present.
But, I said, a temperate state will be a well-ordered state.
The consequence was that they were a well-ordered and loving family.
Though tinged with the new philosophy, Mme. de Lambert regarded religion as a part of a respectable, well-ordered life.
It was a well-ordered meal, but it went off rather dismally.
Otherwise Peter Bines showed his seventy-four years only by the marks of a well-ordered maturity.
Certainly it was the centre of as sweet and well-ordered a home-life as any in England.
Think of the quite unprecedented numbers of well-ordered homes and cared-for, wholesome, questioning children!
A similar tribunal is indispensable in every well-ordered state.
Then they were suppressed—the harmless and well-ordered ones no less than the worst and most corrupt.