disarray[ dis-uh-rey ]SEE DEFINITION OF disarray
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISARRAY
For a few seconds she lay in her helpless attitude and disarray.
About her she peered in vain for something to protect her disarray.
Forgetful of every convention and of her disarray, she seized his hand.
Beyond this disarray stood the easel, still holding the mother's portrait.
Miss Tapp, unaware of the disarray of her nightgown, sat upright.
In all the bedrooms the bedclothes lay in disarray on the floor.
Peering cautiously in, she saw that the room was in disarray.
My dear Colvin,—Have had an amusing but tragic holiday, from which we return in disarray.
They were only partially dressed, but wrappers covered their disarray.
But there was no spot of rain on him, and no sign of disarray.