And Prince Harry was a splendid mix of military dash and tousled ease.
Cara: tousled, shoulder-length, just-got-out-of-bed blonde mop.
In general, Mrs. Romney tends towards pullover sweaters and pushed-up sleeves, preppy skirts, easy blazers and tousled hair.
Only the corsets of those roles foreshadowed the Gothic babe she would become, the tousled muse to the phantasmagoric Tim Burton.
Hair Cressida: tousled, shoulder-length, just-got-out-of-bed blonde mop.
The tousled hair is smooth enough now under the neat cap, the dress is tidy, the apron clean.
But no gleaming ghost of a tousled dog was conjured by the voice of affection.
The child had fallen asleep, and with a light kiss on his tousled curls the grandfather turned him over to his mother's arms.
He was in a woman's dress, with tousled hair and a happy smile new to Sonya.
Jimmy thereupon released them and stood up, brushing down his tousled hair with his stubby fingers.
"pull roughly, disorder, dishevel," mid-15c., frequentative of -tousen "handle or push about roughly," from Old English *tusian, from Proto-Germanic *tus- (cf. Frisian tusen, Old High German erzusen, German zausen "to tug, pull, dishevel"); related to tease.