/tow"zeuhl/, v.t., touzled, touzling, n.

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  • tousle — /tow zeuhl/, v., tousled, tousling, n. v.t. 1. to disorder or dishevel: The wind tousled our hair. 2. to handle roughly. n. 3. a disheveled or rumpled mass, esp. of hair. 4. a disordered, disheveled, or tangled condition. Also, touzle. [1400 50;… …   Universalium

  • tou|sle — «TOW zuhl», verb, sled, sling, noun. –v.t. to put into disorder; make untidy; muss: »The baby tousled his mother s hair. SYNONYM(S): dishevel, rumple. –n. a disordered mass: »hair or sheets in a tousle. Also, touzle …   Useful english dictionary

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