Example sentences for: disarray

How can you use “disarray” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • According to the paper, the opportunity presents itself because the Khmer Rouge, which has Pol Pot under house arrest, is in complete disarray.

  • The LAT and WP fronts report a rather striking sign that the Russian assault on Chechnya is in disarray: A senior Russian general leading forces attempting to capture Grozny is missing in action.

  • GAO was created in 1921 as a result of the Budget and Accounting Act, a law designed to improve government financial controls and management in the aftermath of World War I. Wartime spending had increased the national debt, escalated costs for many government purchases, and created substantial disarray in the financial operations of the War Department and other agencies.

  • Even if you don’t land a bargain, there is real aesthetic pleasure in seeing, at the end of the verbal “combat,” the disarray of silks thrown across a counter or a mound of carpets on the floor.

  • However, the Post does break ground in a long front-page piece about the disarray surrounding what it calls the DOJ's "crippled" 11-month investigation into White House fund raising.


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