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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdisarraydis‧ar‧ray /ˌdɪsəˈreɪ/ noun [uncountable] formal  DISORGANIZEDthe state of being untidy or not organizedin disarray This left the Liberal Party in total disarray.throw something into disarray/fall into disarray The delay threw the entire timetable into disarray.
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disarrayMeade was pushed back, his formations in disarray.Now that global capitalism is in disarray, it would make sense to support local businesses.The teaching profession is in disarray, speaking with no coherent voice.On the whole, the Empire's fortunes were good, and the land remained united despite interludes of disarray.in total disarrayHowever, John de Wolf made it 3-0 after 52 minutes and from then San Marino were in total disarray.They were in total disarray from the start.
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