- v disturb the smoothness of
- v to gather something into small wrinkles or folds
- v become wrinkled or crumpled or creased
- s in disarray; extremely disorderly
a rumpled unmade bed
- You can learn more about how Americans live just by looking at the backgrounds of YouTube videosthose rumpled bedrooms and toy-strewn basement rec roomsthan you could from .
- In the summer of 1948, a squat, rumpled man took the witness stand before the House Un-American Activities Committee and made a series of accusations that changed the temper of .
- He's pudgy, balding and occasionally rumpled, and he constantly wears his glasses at the very tip of his nose.
- Martha Coakley in Boston Channel.com
It is not apparent what the cause of death is. She is in a position however, and her clothes are rumpled, and it's clearly a highly suspicious situation,said Middlesex County District Attorney Martha Coakley.
- Suze Rotolo in Salon
For the occasion, Rotolo writes, "Bob chose his rumpled clothes carefully."