disarrange
Verb

disarrange (disarranges, present participle disarranging; past and past participle disarranged)

  1. To undo the arrangement of; to disorder; to derange.
    • 1845 October – 1846 June, Ellis Bell [pseudonym; Emily Brontë], Wuthering Heights: A Novel, volume VII, London: Thomas Cautley Newby, publisher, […], published December 1847, OCLC 156123328 ↗:
      Stay, dear, you will disarrange your curls—let me untie your hat.



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