religiousI am interested in learning more about religious orders
lowerI have no use for those of lower orders
severalWe received several orders from our biggest clients.
furtherPlease wait for further orders from the supervisor.
strictHe had strict orders not to speak to anyone.
monasticThe monastic orders such as the Benedictines and the Cistercians, played a significant role in preserving and copying ancient manuscripts.
militaryThe knights of the military orders played a key role in the Crusades.
necessary"The captain issued the necessary orders for the ship's departure."
directOur direct orders are to apprehend the suspect.
finalThe chef was preparing the final orders
minorI was ordained into minor orders last year.
sufiI'm so excited to learn more about sufism and sufi orders
peremptoryThe court issued peremptory orders to compel compliance with the injunction.
superiorThe soldier refused to follow superior orders because he believed they were illegal.
officialThe official orders were received this morning.
anglicanThe Episcopal Church in the United States of America is a member of the Anglican Communion and shares the Anglican orders of bishops, priests, and deacons.
unfilledThe company has a backlog of unfilled orders
sealedThe agent received sealed orders to proceed with the mission.
physicianThe physician orders were clear and concise.
lowestThe lowest orders of animals are the protozoans.
classicalThe classical orders are the Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian.
subShe eats sub orders for lunch.
protectiveThe court issued protective orders against the stalker.
strictestHe carried out his duty with the strictest orders
urgentThe urgent orders needed to be shipped immediately.