- v. 弄乱；使混乱
- n. 无秩序；混乱
a mental state characterized by a lack of clear and orderly thought and behavior;
"a confusion of impressions"
untidiness (especially of clothing and appearance)
bring disorder to
- The child had disarrayed the books.
- The naughty pupils disarray the class.
- The troops fled in disarray.
- Changing offices has left my papers in complete disarray.
Sitting..with her hair in disarray.出自： E. Figes
This is the second year that the meeting has ended in disarray.出自：Times
My song, its pinions disarrayed of might, drooped.出自： Shelley