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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of tousel.


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  • A four- or five-year-old kid stands in front of me, with Kool-Aid lips and touseled hair.

    Camo Girl

  • A dozen touseled heads still and turn to the speaker.

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  • A red windbreaker over a hoody -- short, touseled brown alter-boy cut hair.

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  • But her senses were picking up other messages—the slight pressure of his body making contact against her length, the warmth of his breath stirring the touseled, tawny curls of her short hair, and the spicy scent drifting from his smoothly shaven cheeks.

    Silver Wings, Santiago Blue

  • Stormy-eyed, she ran a hand through her touseled, light brown curls.

    Silver Wings, Santiago Blue

  • Her shoulder-length hair was a pale shade of blond, all touseled and mussed.

    Silver Wings, Santiago Blue

  • He put his hand on Jake's head as he went by and touseled the corn-colored hair.

    The Gunslinger

  • Blond, touseled, angelic, with teddy bears clutched in their arms.

    Noble House

  • NINE I woke up a little past seven in the morning, and there she was beside me, lying on her back with her hip thrust over against mine -- all smooth and soft-looking with that coppery hair sleep-touseled around her face.


  • With a laugh, she swept the hat from her head and combed her fingers through the touseled silk of her hair, its flames hidden in the curtain of nut brown.

    Ride the Thunder


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