counter

Advertisement - Continue reading below

Definition of "disarraying" []

  • Present participle of disarray. (verb)

Wiktionary.org : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "disarraying" in a sentence
  • "Tellis scratched the back of his head, absently disarraying the thick, brown-flecked hair."
  • "Melissa was flustered in her ladylike terror of being come upon uncovered in those disarraying exertions of vigorous sexual informalities and, blushing, wished him, for a change, to finish fast; but she laughed when he did and disclosed the ruse as she was checking his baggage for his medicines and preparing to ride with him to the airport before his flight to Kenosha at the start of his journey."
  • "Nature had revenged herself on the local taste by disarraying the regular rectangles by huddling houses on street corners, where they presented abrupt gables to the current, or by capsizing them in compact ruin."
Words like "disarraying"