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- adj. unkempt, disheveled or in disarray
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of tousle.
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- adj. in disarray; extremely disorderly
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"Rocking-horses can't run away," Sue said, shaking her head, the hair of which needed brushing, as it had become "tousled" in her sleep.
Englishmen of the time preferred brushed back and rather "tousled" locks.
"tousled" character of the English vocabulary as a whole, compared with
I smiled and tousled her hair as I left, effectively scattering her carefully parted side swept bangs.
As a bank executive, Moynihan has been known to attend meetings with colleagues or analysts looking rumpled and tousled, a stark contrast to his predecessor, Lewis, who was known for being impeccably dressed.
But in my twenties the need to be prepared for the unexpected was not an issue, even without a stitch of makeup and tousled just woke up hair, my radiant youth inoculated me about worrying about […]
But in my twenties the need to be prepared for the unexpected was not an issue, even without a stitch of makeup and tousled just woke up hair, my radiant youth inoculated me about worrying about such things.
On the mantelpiece his wife, Nancy, smiled from her photo, her wavy brown hair tousled, and her freckled nose slightly pink with sunburn.
The same tousled auburn hair, the same aristocratic bearing, the same large, work-hardened hands ornamented with that heavy emerald chunk.
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