: to arrange (something or someone) again in a different way
- rearranged the flowers on the table
- I rearranged my hair/clothes/glasses.
- … anagrams, which are words or phrases rearranged to form different words or phrases.
- —Carolyn Phelan
- … massaging his knees while he talks, frequently rearranging himself into a more comfortable position.
- —Daniel Ross
- Sarah is more or less grimacing now …. In a minute, she'll rearrange her face to look cheerful.
- —Aurelie Sheehan
- … rearranging their lives … to go back to school, to get the education that was denied them or that they did not want when they were young.
- —Ruth Dorgan
- … thousands of people had to cancel or rearrange their travel plans.
- —Ken Young