disarrange[ dis-uh-reynj ]SEE DEFINITION OF disarrange
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISARRANGE
A thing to disarrange the mechanics of all the Celestial Universe!
They ran so fast as to disarrange the general's plan of attack.
In reaching his hand to his hat, it was not necessary for him to disarrange the folds of his cloak.
But I do not live for any of these things or suffer them to disarrange me.
He had no wish, he said, to disarrange the regular proceedings of the Committee.
Ill undertake to disarrange it at a moments notice, said Somerset.
He continues to disarrange all the preparations for his work.
She kept her house with some system, of course, there was no one to disarrange her methods.
He hands them to me and I shuffle and disarrange them as much as possible.
Understand me, I am not afraid of it; but it might disarrange some of my plans.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR DISARRANGE
- foul up
- louse up
- make a mess of
- mix up
- psych out
- stir up
- throw off