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Dis-Arrays

Pronunciation of Dis-Arrays
/dˈɪsɐɹˈe͡ɪz/, /dˈɪsɐɹˈe‍ɪz/, /d_ˈɪ_s_ɐ_ɹ_ˈeɪ_z/

Synonyms for dis-arrays:

chaos (noun)

bedlam, disarray, discord, disorder, entropy, free-for-all, lawlessness, misrule, pandemonium, tumult, turmoil, Mobocracy, mix-up, rat's nest.

confusedness (noun)

muddiness, disorderedness.

confusion (noun)

abashment, ado, astonishment, bustle, commotion, complexity, complication, consternation, daze, difficulty, dislocation, distraction, ferment, fog, fracas, haze, imbroglio, intricacy, labyrinth, mess, mystification, perturbation, racket, riot, row, stir, stupefaction, surprise, trouble, upheaval, uproar, wilderness, Hodge-podge, emotional upset.

disarray (noun)

anarchy, ataxia, chaos, clutter, disarrangement, discomposure, disharmony, disorganization, indiscipline, jumble, muddle, shambles, snarl, tangle, unruliness, untidiness, upset, topsy-turviness, dishevelment, holy mess, unholy mess.

dislocation (noun)

break, confusion, disconnection, discontinuity, disengagement, disruption, disturbance, division, luxation, misplacement, Disarticulation, unhinging.

disorder (noun)

derangement, discombobulation, disorderliness, huddle, irregularity, topsyturviness.

disorderedness (noun)

confusedness.

disorderliness (noun)

grubbiness, messiness, sloppiness, unkemptness.

disorganization (noun)

disjointedness, dissolution, disunion, incoherence, unconnectedness, foul-up, screw-up.

huddle (noun)

bunch, cluster, confab, conference, discussion, gathering, group, heap, mass, meeting.

jumble (noun)

assortment, farrago, garbage, goulash, hash, medley, miscellany, mishmash, mixture, pastiche, patchwork, potpourri, salmagundi, Gallimaufry, Olio, mélange.

litter (noun)

collateral, detritus, hodgepodge, jungle, junk, muck, offal, rash, refuse, rubbish, scattering, trash, waste.

mess (noun)

botch, combination, compound, debris, dirtiness, every which way, eyesore, fright, mayhem, monstrosity, sight, wreck, wreckage.

muddle (noun)

awkwardness, dilemma, emergency, encumbrance, involvement, perplexity, plight, predicament, quandary, struggle, mess and a half.

pell-mell (noun)

helter-skelter.

rearrangement (noun)

movement.

shambles (noun)

babel, havoc, madhouse, maelstrom, mess-up.

snarl (noun)

entanglement, jam, knot, maze, morass, skein, swarm, web, Intricateness.

topsy-turviness (noun)

agitation, anarchism, brawl, clamor, convulsion, distemper, dither, fight, flap, fuss, hubbub, hullabaloo, insurrection, quarrel, rebellion, reign of terror, revolution, rioting, ruckus, rumpus, static, strike, terrorism, tizzy, turbulence, unrest, mob rule.

confuse (verb)

blend, confound, disarrange, discombobulate, disorganize, embroil, encumber, entangle, intermingle, involve, litter, mingle, mistake, rumple, tousle, tumble, mess up, snarl up, bedlamize, discreate, muss up.

derange (verb)

craze, discommode, discompose, disconcert, displace, distract, disturb, frenzy, madden, misplace, muss, perplex, ruffle, rummage, unbalance, unhinge, unsettle, Dement, drive mad, make insane.

disorganize (verb)

break down, complicate, confuse, demobilize, derange, destroy, disband, dishevel, dislocate, disperse, mislay, perturb, scatter, scramble, shuffle, toss, break up, turn topsy-turvy, put out of order.

disrupt (verb)

agitate, bollix, muck up, rattle, screw up, shake, spoil, throw, mix up, put off, psych out, muddy the waters, rattle one's cage, upset the apple cart.

disturb (verb)

distort, interfere, louse up, move, remove, replace, shift, tamper, foul up.

litter (verb)

dirty, strew.

muss (verb)

crumple, disrupt, wrinkle.

rummage (verb)

comb, delve, dig out, examine, explore, ferret out, fish, forage, grub, hunt, leave no stone unturned, poke, rake, root, scour, seek, spy, shake down, beat the bushes, turn inside out, turn upside down, look high and low, search high heaven.

scuff (verb)

scuffle, shamble.

shamble (verb)

scuff.

shuffle (verb)

change, intermix, break the deck, change the order.

tumble (verb)

bring down, descend, dip, down, drop, flatten, floor, flop, go down, hit the dirt, keel, keel over, knock over, level, lose it, pitch, plummet, plunge, roll, sag, skid, slip, slump, spill, stumble, tip over, topple, trip, knock down, bowl down, do a pratfall, fall headlong, go belly up, lose footing, nose-dive, take a header.

undress (verb)

denude, dismantle, disrobe, doff, get off, husk, peel, shed, shock, slip off, strip, uncloak, unclothe, unmask, Unattire, get out of, slip out of, divest oneself.

unsettle (verb)

disquiet, flurry, fluster, fuddle, get to, needle, sicken, spook, turn, unnerve, throw off.

upset (verb)

capsize, invert, overturn, reverse, subvert, tilt, upend, upturn, Overset, turn inside-out, turn upside-down.

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