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disarray definition

  • noun:
    • A state of disorder; confusion.
    • Disorderly gown.
    • Want of variety or regular purchase; condition; confusion.
    • puzzled attire; strip; dishabille.
    • choose of array or regular order; disorder; confusion.
    • Confused attire; undress.
    • Disorder; confusion; loss or desire of variety or regular purchase.
    • Imperfect outfit; strip.
    • untidiness (especially of clothes and look)
    • a state of mind characterized by insufficient clear and organized idea and behavior
    • circumstances of disorder; confusion.
    • Disorderly gown.
    • wish of array or regular purchase; condition; confusion.
    • puzzled attire; undress; dishabille.
    • choose of array or regular purchase; condition; confusion.
    • puzzled attire; undress.
    • condition; confusion; loss or desire of range or regular purchase.
    • Imperfect outfit; undress.
    • untidiness (especially of clothing and appearance)
    • a mental condition described as a lack of obvious and organized idea and behavior
    • A state of disorder; confusion.
    • Disorderly dress.
    • Want of array or regular order; condition; confusion.
    • Confused outfit; strip; dishabille.
    • Want of variety or regular order; disorder; confusion.
    • baffled attire; strip.
    • Disorder; confusion; loss or want of array or regular purchase.
    • Imperfect outfit; undress.
    • untidiness (especially of clothes and appearance)
    • a mental state characterized by too little obvious and orderly thought and behavior
  • verb-transitive:
    • To throw into confusion; annoyed.
    • To undress.
    • To toss into condition; to break the assortment of.
    • To take off the gown of; to unrobe.
    • To put into confusion; upset.
    • To undress.
    • To toss into condition; to break the assortment of.
    • To remove the gown of; to unrobe.
    • To toss into confusion; upset.
    • To undress.
    • To toss into disorder; to split the array of.
    • To lose the gown of; to unrobe.
  • verb:
    • To put into disorder; to-break the variety of.
    • To remove the gown of; to unrobe.
    • bring disorder to
    • To put into disorder; to-break the selection of.
    • To remove the dress of; to unrobe.
    • bring condition to
    • To throw into disorder; to break the variety of.
    • To remove the dress of; to unrobe.
    • bring condition to
  • others:
    • To undress or disrobe; divest, at the time of clothing or qualities.
    • To throw into condition; rout, as troops.
    • To undress or strip an individual's self.
    • To undress or disrobe; divest, as of clothing or qualities.
    • To toss into condition; rout, as troops.
    • To undress or remove a person's self.
    • To undress or disrobe; divest, since clothes or qualities.
    • To toss into disorder; rout, as troops.
    • To undress or strip an individual's self.
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