- v destroy the arrangement or order of
My son disarranged the papers on my desk
- v disturb the arrangement of
- a having the arrangement disturbed; not in order
her disarranged hair
- His dark brown hair, quickly parted on the left, looks slightly disarranged.
- Bric-a-brac fell from shelves in Medford, and antimacassars were disarranged in Maiden.
- The Republicans, in their two brief years of power, had also disarranged a lot of Democratic political furniture (e.
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- Air Leaking Out Of Tax Reform Efforts
If Congress is going to reform the tax code, it will take an enormous amount of hard work and a lot of luck. The stars, as they say, will have to align. Unfortunately, those galactic bodies seem to be getting more and more disarranged. Reform just can’t catch a break. The deficit is shrinking, taking away [...]
June 13, 2013 - Forbes Blogs