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Antonyms for disarranged

having the arrangement disturbed

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All the women but Tess fell into animated talk, and adjusted the disarranged knots of their hair.
The captain, emboldened by her gentleness, clasped her waist without resistance; then began softly to unlace the poor child's corsage, and disarranged her tucker to such an extent that the panting priest beheld the gypsy's beautiful shoulder emerge from the gauze, as round and brown as the moon rising through the mists of the horizon.
Her hair was elaborately dressed, with a neat curl in the middle of the forehead: it was very black, shiny and hard, and it looked as though it could never be in the least disarranged.
She sweeps a litter of disarranged papers out of her way; snatches a sheet of paper from her stationery case; and tries resolutely to write.
The beautiful creature passed her hands over her eyes an instant, tucked in a stray lock of hair that had become disarranged, and after a look around the garden made those present a gracious bow and said, in a sweet but even toned voice:
My groping hands told me that although disarranged it was unoccupied.
Touching it (and finding it to be far softer than any chamois leather that my fingers had ever felt before), I disarranged the folds, and disclosed a ticket pinned among them, describing the thing in these horrid lines: "Skin of a French Marquis, tanned in the Revolution of Ninety-three.
So Jacquotte bought and sold, made alterations about the place, set up and took down, arranged and disarranged everything at her own sweet will; her master had never raised a murmur.
He restored her to herself, tucked the disarranged robe about her, and chirruped to the impatient team.
His face was disturbed and troubled, while his clothes were disarranged and untidy.
Berthe later told her daughter that "her left leg, half drawn back under the skirt, used to stiffen painfully, but Manet would not allow her to move, lest the skirt be disarranged.
Directed by Anne Kern and produced by the Lane Community College Student Productions Association, the drama features Judith `Sparky' Roberts as the mentally disarranged mother, Evelyn Briggs.
Their account fails to note that items 16-19 are actually three texts, not four, and that these have also been disarranged.
It didn't come down, but everything in the room was disarranged.
clothes were not disarranged and there was no evidence of a straggle