disarray / ˌdɪs əˈreɪ /


disarray2 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to put out of array or order; throw into disorder.
  2. to undress.
n. 名词 noun
  1. disorder; confusion: The army retreated in disarray.
  2. disorder of apparel.

disarray 近义词

n. 名词 noun

disorder, confusion, mess


  1. When the pandemic threw the world into disarray in spring 2020, most organizations responded by holding on—barely, at times.
  2. Obstructions that throw congressional proceedings in disarray.
  3. Economic relief talks in disarray as congressional bickering intensifiesBut Sens.
  4. Even though the Rockets are in disarray, the Wizards would have to give up more — a future first rounder, probably — to acquire Westbrook.
  5. The FDA’s head of lab diagnostics showed up to troubleshoot and found Lindstrom’s lab in disarray.
  6. Help, it turns out, is outside awaiting orders in a state of complete disarray.
  7. While Maye confidently presides over the public trial, her private life has fallen into disarray.
  8. As the world order falls into disarray, the U.S. must confront the fact that no other truly great power shares our values.
  9. Economic disarray has ignited resentment toward immigrants, Brussels, and the euro currency, which is shared by 18 countries.
  10. Antisubmarine warfare (ASW) has not stagnated, but it shows signs of disarray.
  11. Slowly the gas expired, and the firelight glowed on the blue and white check tablecloth and the disarray of tea-things upon it.
  12. Haggard, and with his clothing in disarray, he was not recognized by his own men, being sometimes rudely jostled.
  13. Besides this disaduantage of disarray, the shot of the Normans, did continually beate vpon the English with a grieuous execution.
  14. He looked at me for a moment, then brought his fist down on the general disarray with a thumping "I will!"
  15. "I come from Madam Bowker," he explained to Craig, humbly conscious of his own disarray and toiler's unkemptness.