- make untidy or disordered
verb: disarrange, 3rd person present: disarranges, gerund or present participle: disarranging, past tense: disarranged, past participle: disarranged
- 1. make untidy or disordered:
had any of the statues been removed or disarranged?
- v.make (something) untidy or disordered:
- her hair was disarranged all around her face
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