re-arrangement[ uh-reynj-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-arrangement
Synonyms for re-arrangement
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-ARRANGEMENT
This book is a revision and re-arrangement of a portion of those articles.
We are suggesting now a re-arrangement of that method by which we can get, I think, better results, in answer to your remarks.
Already he has been responsible for a re-arrangement of strategy and tactics.
For the re-arrangement, much may be said "for," and more "against."
Mrs. Lawrence drowsed away when the confusion of re-arrangement had subsided.
The re-arrangement which has approved itself to Paley has been here followed.
The 86th have moved from our extreme left—where we are—to our right centre, hence the re-arrangement of Ambulances.
This new proposal necessitated some re-arrangement in respect to the 5th and 6th Brigades.
This coincided fairly well with the re-arrangement of the Roman province of Britain shortly before this time.
This re-arrangement still left Winchester the largest rural diocese in England.