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They were disheveled, zoned out, and looking like predators resting after a hunt.
This sound envelopes Danielle toward the end of the film, disheveled and emotionally overwhelmed as she approaches Kim and Max.
This place gave me hope that if we give our local landscapes a chance—not despite how disheveled they are or what history they might hold, but because of it—we are likely to be amazed.
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At this point Harry entered and stood afar off, eying Punch, a disheveled heap in the corner of the room, with disgust.
"I have been weeping," she replied sweetly, staunching her wound with a lock of her long disheveled hair.
At the center of the sanctuary stood Perrette the Ribald, her hair disheveled like a Bacchante's.
Still warm from his ride and insultingly disheveled, he sat in the imitation of the great throne on his capital planet, Hebryxid.
THE ENVOY, HERHORACE BROWN FYFE
This tree, as well as the drooping acacia, leaned over the ground with long leaves like disheveled hair.
At that moment Paddy, hatless and disheveled, plunged through the crowd toward Peter Gross.
THE ARGUS PHEASANTJOHN CHARLES BEECHAM
She was dirty, she was disheveled, she was haggard, she was plain.

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