Definition Of disarrange
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 .