Antonyms for disarrange
|Grammar : Verb|
|Spell : dis-uh-reynj|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˌdɪs əˈreɪndʒ|
Definition of disarrange
- verb disorder
- A thing to disarrange the mechanics of all the Celestial Universe!
- Extract from : « The World Beyond » by Raymond King Cummings
- They ran so fast as to disarrange the general's plan of attack.
- Extract from : « Three Years in the Federal Cavalry » by Willard Glazier
- In reaching his hand to his hat, it was not necessary for him to disarrange the folds of his cloak.
- Extract from : « Wood Rangers » by Mayne Reid
- But I do not live for any of these things or suffer them to disarrange me.
- Extract from : « The Longest Journey » by E. M. Forster
- He had no wish, he said, to disarrange the regular proceedings of the Committee.
- Extract from : « The Octopus » by Frank Norris
- Ill undertake to disarrange it at a moments notice, said Somerset.
- Extract from : « Ainslee's magazine, Volume 16, No. 2, September, 1905 » by Various
- He continues to disarrange all the preparations for his work.
- Extract from : « A Counterfeit Presentment and The Parlour Car » by William Dean Howells
- She kept her house with some system, of course, there was no one to disarrange her methods.
- Extract from : « Helen Grant's Schooldays » by Amanda M. Douglas
- He hands them to me and I shuffle and disarrange them as much as possible.
- Extract from : « Telepathy and the Subliminal Self » by R. Osgood Mason
- Understand me, I am not afraid of it; but it might disarrange some of my plans.
- Extract from : « The Boss of Wind River » by David Goodger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Synonyms for disarrange
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