Arrange on individual dishes, so as not to disarrange the dressing in serving.
A thing to disarrange the mechanics of all the Celestial Universe!
But I do not live for any of these things or suffer them to disarrange me.
They ran so fast as to disarrange the general's plan of attack.
The Queen had said that it was raining, and that if she went out in the rain she would soil her dress and disarrange her hair.
Ill undertake to disarrange it at a moments notice, said Somerset.
The war served to disarrange the system of cotton cloth distribution of the whole world.
He continues to disarrange all the preparations for his work.
Nevertheless (imagination) does not hide the soul, whose operations often disarrange and disturb it.
Understand me, I am not afraid of it; but it might disarrange some of my plans.