verb (used with object), ar·ranged, ar·rang·ing.
verb (used without object), ar·ranged, ar·rang·ing.
Origin of arrange
Examples from the Web for arranger
I had met him eight years earlier on my first New York session as an arranger.
Under impulsion of the Arranger of Inanities the pomaded princes next began their inspection of the buildings.Instigations|Ezra Pound
Intelligence is only the arranger of materials already given in a chaotic condition.Lux Mundi|Various
Nature never meant him to be a plotter, an arranger of unpleasant surprises for parents.The Princess Priscilla's Fortnight|Elizabeth von Arnim
British Dictionary definitions for arranger
Word Origin for arrange
Word Origin and History for arranger
A rare word until the meaning generalized to "to place things in order" c.1780-1800. Musical sense of "adapt for other instruments or voices" is from 1808. Related: Arranged; arranging. Arranged marriage attested from 1854.