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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of disarrange.
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- adj. having the arrangement disturbed; not put in order. Opposite of
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- adj. having the arrangement disturbed; not in order
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“I reckoned,” Sergeant Obby ventured, “that it must of been kind of disarranged in the course of the proceedings.”
But to make it more "fair," i.e., spread the pain around, there was an additional rule that the loser of this bet was exempt from future drawings until all other participants 'cards had been drawn: over the long run the game merely disarranged who paid what bill, rather than assigning losses to the unlucky loser.
I still had another whole year to do in this place, and everybody thought there was something mentally disarranged about me.
He restored her to herself, tucked the disarranged robe about her, and chirruped to the impatient team.
Sun shone in on James's strategically disarranged sandy hair as he took the last noisy slurp of his milkshake.
It's a dark relic of a space, atmosphered Thursday evening in murky stage-mist, the middle of its floor weirdly disarranged with a collection of sinister objects.
Bitching, which might have disarranged the clothes, was left to the photographer and the designer.
This, of course, was a source of worry, not satisfaction, for the British and French: “They knew their military schedule would be disarranged,” observed one American diplomat later, “if they became entangled in drawnout procedures in New York.”
I tried a few paragraphs with disarranged symbols in Bulgarian and Russian (both using Cyrillic alphabet) and it worked for me.
When the morgue attendant pulled back the sheet she stood frozen, trying to make sense of the coil of red hair and the features so brutally disarranged.