verb (used with object)
Origin of disarray
Examples from the Web for disarray
While Maye confidently presides over the public trial, her private life has fallen into disarray.
As the world order falls into disarray, the U.S. must confront the fact that no other truly great power shares our values.
Antisubmarine warfare (ASW) has not stagnated, but it shows signs of disarray.Tomorrow’s Stealthy Subs Could Sink America’s Navy|Bill Sweetman|May 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Nor will Hillary repeat the tactical blunders, disarray and mismanagement of her previous presidential effort.Yes, Pundits, Hillary Has the 2016 Nomination in the Bag|Robert Shrum|February 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Well, here we are again—the Democrats are ‘in disarray,’ flailing on Obamacare.The Democrats Need to Stop Freaking Out About Obamacare and Take Charge|Michael Tomasky|November 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
When all was ready the mother carried the bride to that chamber where she should lie, to disarray her for the night.French Mediaeval Romances from the Lays of Marie de France|Marie de France
Beyond this disarray stood the easel, still holding the mother's portrait.Ewing\'s Lady|Harry Leon Wilson
Lyman, his handkerchief to his lips, his smart cravat in disarray, caught up his hat and coat.The Octopus|Frank Norris
The very chairs looked, in their disarray, as if they were terrified and had run in all directions.Original Short Stories, Volume 12 (of 13)|Guy de Maupassant
Besides this disaduantage of disarray, the shot of the Normans, did continually beate vpon the English with a grieuous execution.