Definition of "disarrangement" [dis•ar•range•ment]
Upset of the normal order.(noun)
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Use "disarrangement" in a sentence
"The appearance of new interests and complaints means disarrangement and confusion to the older equilibrium, It is, of course, the inevitable preliminary step to that larger equilibrium in which the interests of no human soul will be neglected."
"His eyes were bright, and save a slight disarrangement of his peruke, he gave no hint of exertion or fatigue."
"On the third day after the mysterious disarrangement of the videophone system, which was still the main topic of conversation and conjecture by the experts, the professor took Roy with him to his laboratory."