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- v. Present participle of unruffle.
- adj. Not creating ruffles or stress.
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NCTT practitioners claim to channel life energy through their hands to patients in a four-phase process, which comprises centring, assessment, "unruffling" the field, and intervention.
Unfortunately in the process, as feathers needed unruffling and egos stroked, we also got stuck with a bunch of unrelated buildings including a Chicago Sears-Hancock Tower Hybrid and Chicago Associates Center step child.
We quickly order two Niçoise salads and the plat du jour in hopes of unruffling her feathers and clearing the air for a more relaxing atmosphere.
Your visit shot down their hot air balloon rides, and they could probably use a dose of feather unruffling.
A senior merchant banker told SundayET that unless a promoter wants to increase his stake in the company, that too without unruffling a few feathers, nobody will raise money in the current depressed market. â€œThe markets are still not out of the woods yet.
(I have been compelled to delete this passage on the ground that even if people believed me it would only attract more callers.) "All right," she continued, unruffling her hair; "but if I do you must promise to leave off writing stories about me.