His hair was mussed and his face flushed, and there was a sleep-crease on one cheek, but his eyes were clear and steady.
An' with one set o' lungs their mas says no, they'd get mussed for the tree if they do.
There was no use in putting it on and getting it mussed until necessary.
His hair was mussed and there were wisps of hay on his clothes.
"I'm afraid I mussed your collar," she apologized contritely.
"You'll get your lovely dress all mussed," said old Mary in high approval.
When people take the law in their hands it gets badly worn and mussed up.
We're none of us used to traveling, and they're so mussed up and dirty I could cry.
His curls, at the last moment, had been mussed by a raging hand.
"If the sheet was mussed I would not do this," she explained.
To disarrange; dishevel: He mussed his hair all up
[1899+; fr mess]