As for Mrs. Brokenshire, she was as little used to the unarranged as if she had been a royalty.
Snorro had carried all her belongings into the house, but they were unpacked and unarranged.
Whether any attempt will ever be made to supersede this vast and unarranged mass by a complete code seems very doubtful.
The wonder of her was that, despite its unarranged air, the tiny place was already cleared and set for action.
But when Martin caught sight of the young lady in her white dressing-gown and unarranged hair, she drew back.
Themselves are new, unarranged; they are the Heart and presiding centre of a France fallen wholly into maddest disarrangement.