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tr.v. dis·ar·ranged, dis·ar·rang·ing, dis·ar·rang·es
To upset the proper arrangement or order of.

dis′ar·range′ment n.
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Noun1.disarrangement - a condition in which an orderly system has been disrupted
disorderliness, disorder - a condition in which things are not in their expected places; "the files are in complete disorder"
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(disəˈreindʒ) verb
to throw out of order; to make untidy. The strong wind had disarranged her hair.
ˌdisarˈrangement noun
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Indeed, I shouldn't have discovered that he had been there, except for the disarrangement of the drapery about the corpse's face, and for observing on the floor a curl of light hair, fastened with a silver thread; which, on examination, I ascertained to have been taken from a locket hung round Catherine's neck.
Neither, beyond the blowing out of the candle - which stood on a table between the door and my sister, and was behind her when she stood facing the fire and was struck - was there any disarrangement of the kitchen, excepting such as she herself had made, in falling and bleeding.
Although all the little incidents must be heard, yet they must be put off when the great events make their appearance; and surely such a circumstance as that which brought Dobbin to Brighton, viz., the ordering out of the Guards and the line to Belgium, and the mustering of the allied armies in that country under the command of his Grace the Duke of Wellington--such a dignified circumstance as that, I say, was entitled to the pas over all minor occurrences whereof this history is composed mainly, and hence a little trifling disarrangement and disorder was excusable and becoming.
Referring to the disarrangement in the exhibitions organized by the Ministry of Industry, he wished the official to be more precise in issuing permits to hold the exhibition.
A retrospective analysis of 143 cases of squamous cell carcinoma using RCM by Manfredini et al (12) showed characteristic RCM features of polymorphic vessels, erosion/ulceration, architectural disarrangement, speckled nucleated cells in the dermis, irregularly dilated vessels, and absence of hyperkeratosis in poorly differentiated tumors.
His 'turning point' was a conversation about how stonemasons work within time constraints, which ensured disarrangement in the course of development.
Some glands were hyperplastic (round) with poor body secretion, decidual dysplasia, endometrial epithelial and interstitial disarrangement, and obvious tissue edema.
During inspiration, the flail segment moves inwards, pulled by the negative intra-thoracic pressure, whereas during expiration, it moves outwards due to the positive intra-thoracic pressure, causing a variable degree of disarrangement in ventilation and gas exchange (7).
'Sugar could also be toxic to the liver when it is in excess and there is a disarrangement of its normal physiology in the body, which is a diseased condition,' said Professor Abiodun Otegbayo, a consultant gastroenterologist at the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan, Oyo State.
Full-thickness eyelid lacerations that do not involve the eyelid margin may be associated with significant internal disarrangement of lid structures and perforation of the globe.
Protocol II promoted greater disarrangement characterized by large spaces between collagen fibers.
At the transition of healthy skin to the lesion, the typical for Bowen's disease thickening and disarrangement of the epidermis becomes evident (right to the arrow).