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disarrange

verb dis·ar·range \ˌdis-ə-ˈrānj\

: to make (something) messy or untidy

Full Definition of DISARRANGE

transitive verb
:  to disturb the arrangement or order of <hair disarranged by the wind>
dis·ar·range·ment \-mənt\ noun

Examples of DISARRANGE

  1. The wind disarranged my hair.
  2. His bed was disarranged and clothes were strewn on the floor.

First Known Use of DISARRANGE

1744

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