Definitions

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  • adjective Not rumpled; free of rumpling

Etymologies

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un- +‎ rumpled

Examples

  • Only then did call-me-Ben deign to enter, his gray heart-pulsing suit as smooth and unrumpled as his hair and face.

    Crashed

  • Only then did call-me-Ben deign to enter, his gray heart-pulsing suit as smooth and unrumpled as his hair and face.

    Crashed

  • Every picture of him, (not counting the famous one on the aircraft carrier) shows him wearing the most thoroughly unrumpled suit I have ever seen on a man who wasn't standing behind a podium introducing guests.

    Merrill Markoe: Why Bush's Suits Bug Me So Much

  • When the dust cleared, Bruno was still in the same seat, his tie unrumpled.

    The Spitting of Spitzer

  • Their smiles were unwavering, their suits unrumpled, their aplomb unbreakable.

    A tip of the hat | Seattle Metblogs

  • When Aimee Semple McPherson escaped her kidnappers, she walked through the desert in Mexico and appeared in a village, her clothes unrumpled, her shoes perfectly white.

    Walking on Air

  • When Aimee Semple McPherson escaped her kidnappers, she walked through the desert in Mexico and appeared in a village, her clothes unrumpled, her shoes perfectly white.

    Walking on Air

  • When Aimee Semple McPherson escaped her kidnappers, she walked through the desert in Mexico and appeared in a village, her clothes unrumpled, her shoes perfectly white.

    Walking on Air

  • You must somewhat reform your dress, upon a more grave and composed fashion; wear your cloak on both shoulders, and your falling band unrumpled and well starched.

    Kenilworth

  • When Aimee Semple McPherson escaped her kidnappers, she walked through the desert in Mexico and appeared in a village, her clothes unrumpled, her shoes perfectly white.

    Walking on Air

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