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disarrange

dis·ar·range

disarrange

 
pronunciation:
dIs reInj
features:
Word Combinations (verb)
part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: disarranged, disarranges, disarranging
definition: to disturb the arrangement or order of.
Their clothing was disarranged by the strenuous activity.
antonyms:
arrange
similar words:
disorder, rumple, untidy, upset
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derivation: disarrangement (n.)