dis·ar·ray / ˌdisəˈrā/ • n. a state of disorganization or untidiness: her gray hair was in disarray| his plans have been thrown into disarray.• v. [tr.] 1. throw (someone or something) into a state of disorganization or untidiness: the inspection disarrayed the usual schedule.2. poetic/lit. strip (someone) of clothing: attendant damsels to help to disarray her.