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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtousledtou‧sled /ˈtaʊzəld/ adjective  DCtousled hair or a tousled appearance looks untidy She had just awakened, her eyes sleepy and her hair tousled. A small tousled head appeared in the doorway.
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tousledHer hair was tousled and looked in need of brushing.His black hair was tousled, blown by the wind, shining strands of it across his brown forehead.The thought lit a spark of rebellion, and slowly she sat up, pushing tousled hair back from her tear-streaked face.Beth smoothed her tousled hair.But it wasn't really such a leap from paintings of riders to pictures of top-hatted toffs playing around with tousled tarts.The tousled upswept tendrils of hair.Vron lying with back arched and legs raised on a tousled white carpet.Xanthe ambled in in a tousled yawning state and yesterday's clothes and flopped into the empty chair beside Filmer.hair tousledShe was smiling out at him, her long blond hair tousled.
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