disarrayed disarrayed


  • (adj) in disarray


  1. At the end of an hour and a half Governor La Follette's hair was in his eyes, his coat disarrayed, but his Madison audience was still very much with him.
  2. Short, powerfully built, with a freckled face and a mop of disarrayed red hair, Peter was a product of Budapest's war- battered slums.
  3. Displaying a ballooning figure that erupted from a low-cut red dress, Liz appeared somewhat disarrayed, as if she had just left a hot, messy kitchen to answer the front door.


  • Chile's Pinera says not planning a presidential comeback

    Chilean President Sebastian Pinera said on Thursday he is not grooming for a 2017 re-election bid, likely curbing months of speculation that the unpopular conservative may be eyeing a comeback. His disarrayed right-wing coalition lost ground in last week's congressional elections and its presidential nominee, Evelyn Matthei, is poised to suffer a heavy defeat against center-left Bachelet in ...
    on November 21, 2013     Source: Reuters via Yahoo! News

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