Indeed, with his innocent eyes and rumple of dark curly hair, he did.
But, as rumple said, it was very hard, and it was a night or two before they were really comfortable.
"I think there is more in him than we know," said rumple in a patronizing tone.
I was goin' t' warn you to rumple up your hair a little so you wouldn't feel overdressed w'en you got there.
Oh, I don't know what to do, and it was dreadful of rumple to forget!
Madame—(hastily)—Not there, my dear, you will rumple my skirt.
"I wish that I could discover something that could be named after me," said rumple with a sigh.
rumple found himself immediately popular, because of his prompt and spirited action in doing what he could to save the old lady.
If only rumple would come back with the horse we might manage it.
I beg your pardon, sirI cannot allow any one to rumple my bed.
c.1600, possibly a variant of rimple "to wrinkle" (c.1400), from Old English hrympel "wrinkle" (possibly influenced by Middle Dutch rumpelen), related to Old English hrimpan "to fold, wrinkle" (see ramp (v.)). Related: Rumpled; rumpling. As a noun from c.1500.