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Verb: disarrange  ,dis-u'reynj
  1. Destroy the arrangement or order of
    "My son disarranged the papers on my desk"
     
  2. Disturb the arrangement of
    "disarrange the papers"

Derived forms: disarranges, disarranged, disarranging

Type of: disarray, disorder, displace, move

Antonym: arrange