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English definition of “rumple”

rumple

verb [T] uk   /ˈrʌm.pl̩/ us  
to make something become creased (= not smooth) or untidy: You'll rumple your jacket if you don't hang it up properly.Making things more or less smooth or straight
rumpled
adjective uk   /-pl̩d/ us  
a rumpled suit/sheet/bed He hadn't brushed his hair and his clothes were rumpled.Dirty and untidy
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