disarrange

[dis-uh-reynj]
verb (used with object), disarranged, disarranging.
to disturb the arrangement of; disorder; unsettle.

Origin:
1735–45; dis-1 + arrange

disarrangement, noun
disarranger, noun
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disarrange (ˌdɪsəˈreɪndʒ)
 
vb
(tr) to throw into disorder
 
disar'rangement
 
n

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Example sentences
Cover decorations with aspic mixture, being careful not to disarrange the designs.
It was an almost unheard-of thing that the general disasters of the state should disarrange his life.
To disarrange the elements of a transmission in order to make it unintelligible to interception.
While on duty they wc khaki overalls, as the sweep of a sk is likely to disarrange an entire d play.
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