Definition Of disarrange

verb

make (something) untidy or disordered.

her hair was disarranged all around her face

Example Of disarrange

  • ‘Oh, that's right, you used to live like up in Maine or something - don't disarrange those,’ she ordered, pointing to the pictures.

  • Because of this, it is easy to disarrange the electron structure of a recording tape, CD or hard drive and thereby damage or destroy its stored information.

  • Both sides were closed off by large, steel mesh fences with barbed wire at the top, curling around the top support pole in a disarranged , uninviting pattern.

  • But the ball flew just past, to the relief of the disarranged visiting defence.

  • Elastic fiber layers of the media were severely disrupted and disarranged .


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