Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of muss.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He backed away and began drawing on his coat, and she abandoned the idea of mussing him to make sure his tie didn't crawl up over his collar.

    Otherwise Phyllis

  • Next there was a system of fines for what was called "mussing" work.

    The Trade Union Woman

  • Boyd then proceeded to dance around the table-square, kicking chairs and mussing hair on the tops of heads that sat cowered, pretending to be somewhere else.

    Saint Christopher's Song

  • Cara hesitated and then yanked her sweatshirt over her head, mussing her new haircut.

    Choker

  • Jim rubs his hand through his hair, mussing his already perfectly mussed hair.

    Cougar

  • Cara hesitated and then yanked her sweatshirt over her head, mussing her new haircut.

    Choker

  • Cara hesitated and then yanked her sweatshirt over her head, mussing her new haircut.

    Choker

  • It is time, Jozi, his father said, giving a last tug to his bowtie, mussing up Jozi's hair, laughing.

    The Magician

  • Cara hesitated and then yanked her sweatshirt over her head, mussing her new haircut.

    Choker

  • In notable run-ins with the likes of MSNBC's own Joe Scarborough and, especially, former Congressman Dick Armey, she not only holds he own, but does so without mussing her hair.

    Stanton Peele: The Incredible Rachelness of Maddow

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