- v disturb the smoothness of
- v to gather something into small wrinkles or folds
- v become wrinkled or crumpled or creased
- Well, you will know the end has begun when the true believers in Christ vanish from the earth "in the twinkling of an eye" (I Corinthians 15: 52), leaving their Levi's in a rumple.
- The job (in the chorus line of a short-lived show called Rumple) earned him $125 a week and bursitis from hefting showgirls into the air.
- The morning plane from Miami settled down to a landing in Havana and out stepped a bespectacled, rumple-haired man who once was called "the best known North American in Central .
- Rick Wagoner in DetNews.com
Our people want to feel like they have a voice in the process so sort of disallowing the votes would probably rumple a few feathers,said Wagoner, who donated $2,100 to former Mass.
- Cindy Adams in The Australian
The guy is cool,Cindy Adams wrote in the conservative New York Post. "No rumple on his shirt. No wrinkle in his suit. No scuff on his shoes. No weariness on his brow. The bionic, undeclared candidate."
- David Koepp in USA Today
You can rumple him, but you can't make him unattractive,Koepp says. "You can try, but it won't happen."