deranging (part of speech: verb)
disorganizing, convulsing, discomposing, disarranging, tampering, muddling, scattering, deranging, hashing, displacing, meddling, swirling, whisking, tossing, ruffling, dislocating, mislaying, confusing, troubling, roiling, disturbing, roughening, churning, rummaging, mixing up, messing, disheveling, botching, capsizing, misplacing, confounding, agitating, tumbling, cluttering, upsetting, scrambling, rumpling, rippling, fermenting, perturbing, whipping, disordering, tousling, blurring, mussing
- It was about seven o'clock, and everybody was jumbling to my Lord T- - 's, who lives in a fine house all over blue and silver, with stuffed birds, alabaster cupids, and a thousand prettinesses more; but, after all, neither he nor his abode are worth mentioning. - "Dreams, Waking Thoughts, and Incidents", William Beckford.
- On this occasion, however, it was full to the banks, and had even flowed over the rude bridge, jumbling the light logs. - "Roosevelt in the Bad Lands", Hermann Hagedorn.
- Above her, two pines, a pepper- tree, and a palm mingled their shade- so fantastic the jumbling of trees and souls in this strange place! - "The Dark Flower", John Galsworthy.