or·ga·nize vb -nized, -niz·ingvt1 a: to set up an administrative structure forb: to persuade to associate in an organization (as a union)2: to arrange by systematic planning and united effortorganize a strikevi: to form an organization; esp: to form or persuade workers to join a union
Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam-Webster. 1996.
adjust, align, assort, catalogue, categorize, class, classify, combine, componere, correlate, establish guidelines, establish paramerers, file form into classes, get in formation, grade, group, introduce a system, introduce order, lay down guide lines, list, marshal, methodize, order, ordinare, place, place in order, put in array, put in order, put into shape, rank, rate, reduce to order, regiment, regulate, separate into categories, set guidelines, set in array, set in order, sort, standardize, straighten, systematize
associated concepts: organize a corporation, organized labor
affiliate, amalgamate, associate, band together, cement a union, centralize, collaborate, combine, confederate, consolidate, create, enlist employees in a labor union, enlist in a labor union, enter into a league, establish, federate, form, form a labor union, form into a body, formulate, incorporate, institute, join, join together, merge, mold, set up, unify, unite, unite for a common purpose
associated concepts: organized labor
arrange (methodize), classify, codify, compose, constitute (establish), contrive, coordinate, create, disentangle, establish (launch), fabricate (construct), federalize (associate), federate, file (arrange), fix (arrange), form, frame (construct), frame (formulate), make, marshal, orchestrate, pigeonhole, plan, plot, program, provide (arrange for), regulate (adjust), scheme, sort, tabulate
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006