disarrangement

NOUN
  1. a condition in which an orderly system has been disrupted
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How To Use disarrangement In A Sentence

  • His eyes were bright, and save a slight disarrangement of his peruke, he gave no hint of exertion or fatigue. Sick Cycle Carousel
  • One of the four great galliasses is already riddled with shot, to the great disarrangement of her “pulpits, chapels,” and friars therein assistant. Westward Ho!
  • Elfride objected to a second, and flung away her face, the movement causing a slight disarrangement of hat and hair. A Pair of Blue Eyes
  • The appearance of new interests and complaints means disarrangement and confusion to the older equilibrium, It is, of course, the inevitable preliminary step to that larger equilibrium in which the interests of no human soul will be neglected. DARKWATER
  • A disarrangement of our electrical system partially crippled the vessel and it was necessary for us to land here to make repairs. Archive 2009-07-01
  • Yeah, you guessed it, his scraggy long hair was of the same disarrangement on his return.
  • Her tan fur had been brushed until it glowed and her mane was strung around her shoulders in artful disarrangement.
  • This inconsonance brings about much disarrangement, such as pollution, heat island, overburden of resource and waste, etc.
  • From his makeshift grave in France and the disarrangement of his bones, Yeats arrived in precisely the setting he had always intended, a setting he had already dramatized as his final resting-place.
  • Just before the light had been put out, he had looked in that direction, and had seen no change, no disarrangement of any sort, in the folds of the closely-drawn curtains. The Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices
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