Definition of disarrangement in English:

disarrangement

noun

See disarrange

  • ‘From his makeshift grave in France and the disarrangement of his bones, Yeats arrived in precisely the setting he had always intended, a setting he had already dramatized as his final resting-place.’
  • ‘The vast majority of these spindle disturbances could be characterized as full c-mitoses showing severe disarrangement of the chromosomes, such as complete scattering in the cytoplasm, often accompanied by abnormal contractions.’
  • ‘Her tan fur had been brushed until it glowed and her mane was strung around her shoulders in artful disarrangement.’
  • ‘Yeah, you guessed it, his scraggy long hair was of the same disarrangement on his return.’

Pronunciation

disarrangement

/ˌdɪsəˈreɪn(d)ʒm(ə)nt/