verb (used with object), rum·pled, rum·pling.
verb (used without object), rum·pled, rum·pling.
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OTHER WORDS FROM rumpleun·rum·pled, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for rumple
Indeed, with his innocent eyes and rumple of dark curly hair, he did.
Mrs. Aymer laid down her knitting, and came forward to rumple her John's hair affectionately, and deposit a kiss on his forehead.Pippin; A Wandering Flame|Laura E. Richards
Do not rumple that dainty lace pillow-sham, nor strew your clothing over every chair and sofa, to the irritation of the mistress.
I should have had to rumple it all up bringing it home, and I don't believe I'd had a chance to wear it.A Little Girl in Old Boston|Amanda Millie Douglas