Definition of disarrange in English:

disarrange

Line breaks: dis|ar¦range
Pronunciation: /dɪsəˈreɪn(d)ʒ
 
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verb

[with object]
Make untidy or disordered: had any of the statues been removed or disarranged?
More example sentences
  • Then he, of course, had to turn to me and disarrange my hair too.
  • In this posture, they are expected to enter the professional and intellectual classes without disarranging the furniture too much, or bringing in too much of a cool breeze relating to other aspects of the status quo.
  • It didn't come down, but everything in the room was disarranged.
Synonyms
disorder, bring/throw into disorder, put out of place, throw into disarray, make disorderly, disorganize, disturb, displace;
make untidy, mess up, make a mess of;
confuse, throw into confusion, jumble, mix up, muddle, turn upside-down, derange, scatter;
informal turn topsy-turvy, make a shambles of
North American informal muss up

Derivatives

disarrangement

noun
More example sentences
  • From his makeshift grave in France and the disarrangement of his bones, Yeats arrived in precisely the setting he had always intended, a setting he had already dramatized as his final resting-place.
  • The vast majority of these spindle disturbances could be characterized as full c-mitoses showing severe disarrangement of the chromosomes, such as complete scattering in the cytoplasm, often accompanied by abnormal contractions.
  • Her tan fur had been brushed until it glowed and her mane was strung around her shoulders in artful disarrangement.

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