[ UK /tˈa‍ʊsə‍l/ ]
  1. disarrange or rumple; dishevel
    The strong wind tousled my hair
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How To Use tousle In A Sentence

  • Can't quite imagine yourself with your hair gathered loosely at the crown with tousled waves flowing down your neck… but like the idea?
  • He kissed and tousled the young vrouws; and, if they frowned and pouted, gave them a gold rosary, or a sparkling cross, to put them in good humour again.
  • My gaze focused on my lover, my heart doing a little flip at the sight of him, his hair in its familiar tousle that fell over his forehead. My Fair Succubi
  • He was one of the few artists to impress the ordinarily vicious panel of judges, and the only criticism the toughest of them could find was with the Norwegian's tousled, gap-toothed appearance.
  • Under the tousle of thick blond hair, he looks like a small child again.
  • The suit is sharp, the hair fashionably tousled and the sideburns are pronounced. Times, Sunday Times
  • Men love tumbling curls and artfully tousled hair. The Sun
  • Mia looked so beautiful in her lavender dress, her hair slightly curled in long tousles, the beaded earrings glinting in the setting sun. The Love Goddess’ Cooking School
  • This season's hair is either tousled or tailored with a soft wave; think loose ponytails or chignons and a well-trimmed fringe.
  • A head with rosy cheeks, tousled hair, and flashing glasses suddenly appeared before me.
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