dishevelled

[ dih-shev-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF dishevelled

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Wamibo darted out a dishevelled head, and looked at him wildly.

He is hatless and unwashed and dishevelled, standing in the Blackfriars Road.

Her appearance is that of a tall, gaunt hag, with dishevelled hair.

Then French came in, and behind him a lady in black, dishevelled, bathed in tears.

Then his own eyes grew merry, as he glanced at the tearful, dishevelled Theodora.

He thought of her heavy hair, dishevelled, glimmering in her eyes.

He stood there, pale and dishevelled, with eyes that were wild and bordered with red.

His hair was dishevelled in points; his mouth was open in amazement.

George, looking big and dishevelled, was pacing up and down the dining-room.

I was all dishevelled and one stain of mud from head to foot.