arrangement[ uh-reynj-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF arrangement
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARRANGEMENT
"I shall not interfere with that arrangement," said the lawyer, misunderstanding his object.
Sometimes this arrangement was made to save the master trouble.
Probably then the stair and the room below had been an arrangement for the musicians.
The arrangement of the house permits of great regularity in working.
It wouldn't be the first arrangement of that sort in New York, either.
Now, constable, do you want to hitch the other end of that arrangement on my wrist?
The arrangement of the regiments was the same as on the previous night.
The arrangement was certainly a charming one; we should have a wedding in the Hagen!
She took better care of it and was more careful with the arrangement of her hair.
Her act of abandonment was really an arrangement for settling her son permanently in life.