Definition of disarranged:
deranged (part of speech: verb)
- mixed up muddled,
- disordered (part of speech: verb)
It was curious to find how greatly these modern improvements confused one's recollection of the landscape, and it was interesting, also, to find how the presence on the hills of 12, 000 men and the excitement of the time magnified distances and disarranged the landscape.- "Notes of a War Correspondent", Richard Harding Davis.
- "My Little Sister", Elizabeth Robins.
These drawers and the drawers in the lower part of the desk either were empty, or the papers in them had been disarranged and tumbled in confusion, as though some one had examined them hastily and tossed them back.- "The Indian Drum", William MacHarg Edwin Balmer.