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Disarrange

verb
(past & past part. disarranged; pres. part. disarranging)
1.
Destroy the arrangement or order of.
2.
Disturb the arrangement of.



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"Disarrange" Quotes from Famous Books



... an awful night. It was worse than any night at sea. Mrs. P. was propped up in one corner of a settee and I in the other, and when I was fixed comfortably there would come a great sea, and the boat would lurch, and I had to disarrange my position. It was horrid. But Mr. Potiphar was very good all night. He kept coming to see if Polly wanted anything, and if she were warm enough, and if she were well. Gauche Boosey, who was on the floor in the saloon, said he saw Mr. P. crawl up softly and try his state-room door. ...
— The Potiphar Papers • George William Curtis

... in the bed; the pillows have been tumbled, the quilts and curtains ruffled, but this bed has not the appearance of having been slept in. It is, perhaps, more difficult to rumple up a bed than to put it in order again. To make it up, the coverings must be taken off, and the mattresses turned. To disarrange it, one must actually lie down in it, and warm it with the body. A bed is one of those terrible witnesses which never misguide, and against which no counter testimony can be given. Nobody has gone to ...
— The Mystery of Orcival • Emile Gaboriau



Words linked to "Disarrange" :   rumple, mess up, tousle, disarrangement, ruffle, displace, dishevel, disorder, randomise, muss, randomize, tussle, move, disarray, tangle, arrange, ruffle up



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