Antonyms for re-arranging

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"We were correcting Fate and re-arranging Destiny," I explained.

"Yes, I suppose so," returned Agnes, re-arranging her neck-tie.

The next day was occupied in re-arranging the tackle and presses.

“A giant,” said William, re-arranging the tinsel crown, which was slightly too big for him.

There was a good deal of time after the bathing and mending and re-arranging were all done.

The stranger was re-arranging the loosened handkerchief with slender, unskilful fingers.

The two hours following were spent in re-arranging the troops, issuing ammunition, and making dispositions for another advance.

Meanwhile Softswan, re-arranging and re-examining her firearm, sat down behind the breastwork to guard the fort.

Such a confusion as they made in the neat little rooms, house-cleaning, re-arranging furniture and dollies!

The Quaker Community was re-arranging itself economically, but the members felt a religious change.