To upset the proper arrangement or order of.(verb-transitive)
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Use "disarrange" in a sentence
"I would have had at her before she even set out, but she was all a-fuss tucking little Havvy into his cot - as though the nurse couldn't do it ten times better - and was fearful that I would disarrange her appearance."
"I lay down to rest with my hands at my sides, so as not to disarrange my tidy pleats."
"In the northwest, troop desertions will plague the Ottomans, and even farther west, in the Christian kingdoms, inexplicable diseases will disarrange the lips of kings."