Sunday, March 23, 2014


Disarray [ DIS-uh'-rey ]
 noun, transitive verb ]
 1. (tr. v.) to throw into disorder or confusion
2. (tr. v.) to upset or lack order
3. (tr. v.) to undress
4. (n.) the state of confusion or chaos
 The government’s scheme to raise taxes was in disarray following massive agitations promoted by the opposition which resulted in strikes and protest rallies all over the nation.