derange (part of speech: verb)
disorganize, convulse, discompose, disarrange, swirl, mix-up, rumple, derange, hash, displace, jumble, scramble, whisk, tamper, roughen, dislocate, mess, confuse, trouble, ripple, disturb, roil, churn, ruffle, misplace, meddle, dishevel, botch, capsize, mislay, confound, agitate, tumble, clutter, upset, scatter, rummage, perturb, ferment, muss, whip, disorder, toss, blur, muddle
- While the tousle- headed boy, swinging the photograph which he had failed to restore to its place, again set foot upon the Brussels of the drawing- room. - "Apron-Strings", Eleanor Gates.
- Such a dirty little, large- eyed, wistful face, crowned by a curling tousle of matted, reddish- brown- gold hair. - "The Dop Doctor", Clotilde Inez Mary Graves.
- Her full cheek, with its emphatic curve, was almost gaunt in the moment when she fixed her eyes on the wolfish face of that tousle- headed giant who encircled her. - "The Best Short Stories of 1921 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story", Various.