Antonyms for re-arrange

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Re-arrange this picture so as to get a rustic group out of it.

Who will mate them, and re-arrange their inharmonious combinings?

Anne entered, and sat down to recover her breath, and re-arrange her thoughts.

Read that letter carefully while I re-arrange my hair, and then I will tell you what you are to do.

Our mails are none too prompt, and so I have been unable to re-arrange my plans.

The next day I resolved to re-arrange the drawing-room, which was cold, dreary, and as unattractive as could be.

As soon as the buildings were well under way, Chief Factor Douglas sailed northward along the coast to re-arrange the trade.

There was a book about them and Marston had meant to re-arrange the bottles and packets, which had got displaced.

I am sure you would not, on reflection, re-arrange those events, were it now permitted you.

There was nothing to do in the shop; he tried to re-arrange some shelves, but felt it was not worth the trouble.