Definition of disarrange:
derange (part of speech: verb)
- disorder (part of speech: verb)
- "The Puppet Crown", Harold MacGrath.
The tempest was soon over, and I sat on the side of the bed and took off the veil and threw aside the cloak which had been so valuable a disguise, and was drawing the pins out of my hat when I remembered that I must be careful not to disarrange my hair.- "By Wit of Woman", Arthur W. Marchmont.
But, moreover, sudden shocks may sometimes overthrow the whole moral equilibrium, and disarrange the balance of the nervous system so seriously as to cause the death of a child previously free from any important ailment.- "The Mother's Manual of Children's Diseases", Charles West, M.D..