disarrange Definition

  • 1to make something untidy or in a mess
  • 2to disturb the order of something

Using disarrange: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "disarrange" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The children disarranged the books on the shelf.

  • Example

    The wind disarranged my hair.

  • Example

    The unexpected visitor disarranged our plans for the day.

disarrange Synonyms and Antonyms

Synonyms for disarrange

Antonyms for disarrange

Phrases with disarrange

  • disarrange someone's plans

    to disrupt or interfere with someone's plans


    The sudden rainstorm disarranged our plans for a picnic.

  • disarrange one's thoughts

    to confuse or unsettle one's thoughts or ideas


    The shocking news disarranged her thoughts and she couldn't concentrate on anything else.

  • to disrupt or disturb the natural or expected order of things


    The new policy disarranged the order of things in the company, causing confusion and chaos.


Summary: disarrange in Brief

The verb 'disarrange' [ˌdɪsəˈreɪndʒ] means to make something untidy or in a mess, or to disturb the order of something. It is often used in phrases like 'disarrange someone's plans,' 'disarrange one's thoughts,' and 'disarrange the order of things.' Antonyms include 'arrange,' 'order,' and 'tidy.'