Harry has been photographed coming out of Mahiki in various stages of dishevelment over the years.
The dislocation is its entrance, the dishevelment its strength.
She saw that she was somewhat pale and that she had an indefinable air of dishevelment.
It is impossible to believe that there is no remedy for its unevenness and dishevelment, or that the remedy is a secret.
Don't detain her,' he added, as Alda would have modified her dishevelment by removing the wreath and veil. '
But it has an idle abundance and wantonness, a romantic shabbiness and dishevelment.
Two hours later Bazarov re-entered his bedroom in a state of dishevelment and despondency, and with his boots soaked with dew.
The Marquis, besides his dishevelment, was looking very lean and pale.
Lofty houses, gay in tawdry colors and picturesque in their dishevelment, looked down on a crowd as varied as any on earth.
Selwyn closed the door and seated himself, apparently not noticing Gerald's dishevelment.
originally an adjective, "bare-headed," late 14c., variant (with muted final -e) of dishevely, from Old French deschevele "bare-headed, with shaven head," past participle adjective from descheveler "to disarrange the hair," from des- "apart" (see dis-) + chevel "hair," from Latin capillus "hair" (see capillary). Of the hair, "dissheveled," mid-15c. OED says use as a verb is chiefly a back-formation from disheveled.