rumple[ ruhm-puhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF rumple
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"I think there is more in him than we know," said Rumple in a patronizing tone.
"I wish that I could discover something that could be named after me," said Rumple with a sigh.
Oh, I don't know what to do, and it was dreadful of Rumple to forget!
If only Rumple would come back with the horse we might manage it.
He was a few years older than Rumple and scorched to a berry-brown by the sun.
He began to kiss us, and to rumple our heads, and to bite The Seraph's cheek.
I beg your pardon, sirI cannot allow any one to rumple my bed.
Madame—(hastily)—Not there, my dear, you will rumple my skirt.
That her dress he thus did rumple, / avenged the lady grievously.
I often rumple a piece of paper, to observe the infinite variety of its shadows.