You may dine at one table, or at twenty, if you can so arrange it.
It will be observed that I arrange spring flowers always alone.
It was just on sunset when he returned to arrange for Harding to go out with him about midnight.
I proceeded to arrange our guests in accordance with this plan.
Itll take that long for us to arrange the annihilation of the range area.
“We might arrange for exchanging you with him,” observed Jack.
I will meet you here to-morrow morning if you should wish to arrange any particulars.
It was as if Prince Charlie and Cromwell had met to arrange a campaign.
Now this is the problem: to choose and arrange your materials so that, to interest, they shall not need the aid of decoration.
She sprang up and stooped to arrange the cushions about him.
arrange late 14c., "to draw up a line of battle," from O.Fr. arrangier, from a- "to" + rangier "set in a row" (Mod.Fr. ranger), from rang "rank," from Frank. *hring. A rare word until the meaning generalized to "to place things in order" c.1780-1800. Musical sense of "adapt for other instruments or voices" is from 1808.