disarrayed[ dis-uh-rey ]SEE DEFINITION OF disarrayed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISARRAYED
They sat down in the laps of the boys, on chairs, on the edge of the disarrayed tables.
And the household and the company arose to meet Peredur, and disarrayed him.
In disarrayed nightrobe I leap to bare feet and essay To follow all paths; but a road can discover by none.
Eagle valiantly sleeked her disarrayed hair, the breast under her bodice still heaving and sobbing.
And he went into the hall to disarray, and there came youths and pages and disarrayed him, and all as they entered saluted him.
The mischievous South wind was blowing; it disarrayed the hair, it whispered in the ear, and stirred the music in the blood.
The old man bade the girl attend to their guest; and she disarrayed him, and then unsaddled his horse and gave it straw and com.
He went back into the coat-room, disarrayed himself of his street wraps, and finally joined Dalrymple.