verb (used with object), dis·ar·ranged, dis·ar·rang·ing.
Related formsdis·ar·range·ment, noundis·ar·rang·er, noun
Examples from the Web for disarrange
In the cab Clancy wondered if the snow that had fallen upon her hair would melt and disarrange her coiffure.Find the Woman|Arthur Somers Roche
Ill undertake to disarrange it at a moments notice, said Somerset.
The intrusion of this preposterous girl seemed to disarrange the discipline of his life as well as of his school.Cressy|Bret Harte
Will it disarrange things so very much if the Nadia is taken to the 'front'?Empire Builders|Francis Lynde
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.Henrietta Maria|Henrietta Haynes