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touzled (comparative more touzled, superlative most touzled)

  1. Alternative spelling of tousled
    • 1901, Henry James, Mrs. Medwin:
      [T]he fixed eyes, the somewhat touzled hair and the Louis Seize hat, might at the end of the very long neck have suggested the head of a princess carried, in a revolution, on a pike.
    • 1908 October, Kenneth Grahame, “‘Like Summer Tempests Came His Tears’”, in The Wind in the Willows, New York, N.Y.: Charles Scribner’s Sons, →OCLC, page 261:
      His shoes were covered with mud, and he was looking very rough and touzled; but then he had never been a very smart man, the Badger, at the best of times.



  1. simple past and past participle of touzle (Alternative spelling of tousled)