Simple past tense and past participle of disarray.(verb)
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Use "disarrayed" in a sentence
"Without more detail about exactly how her clothing was "disarrayed," I can't surmise whether she had begun to undress when she was attacked; whether the killer rearranged, undid, cut, or ripped her clothing; whether he did so before or after her death."
"He creaked to his knees and gathered them up, fetched some yellow glue and elastic bands from the kitchen drawer and, at his desk, stuck the disarrayed pages back together."
"Gabriel stared at him, his hair disarrayed, his green eyes brilliant with rage."