Antonym: arrange. Similar words: arrange, arrangement, warrant, range, warranty, orange, array, narrator. Meaning: [‚dɪsə'reɪndʒ] v. 1. destroy the arrangement or order of 2. disturb the arrangement of.
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1 Her sudden departure has disarranged my plans.
2 The children came in and disarranged the place.
3 My son disarranged the papers on my desk.
4 However,[www.Sentencedict.com] I did slightly disarrange the lower part of that tablecloth in order to ascertain the core temperature.
5 Anxiety may disarrange the stomach.
6 Nothing swaggered with a raucous noise to disarrange the perfect harmony.
7 Have I the right to disarrange what it has arranged?
8 Be careful not to disarrange the coiffures in row in front when you take a theatre.
9 Be careful not to disarrange the coiffures in row in front when you take your seat in a theatre.
10 I know that s scene like this can easily disarrange your thoughts, no matter how brave you are.
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