rumply

rumply

[ruhm-plee]
adjective, rumplier, rumpliest.
rumpled or tending to rumple: This suit always looks rumply.

Origin:
1825–35; rumple + -y1

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rumple (ˈrʌmpəl)
 
vb
1.  to make or become wrinkled, crumpled, ruffled, or dishevelled
 
n
2.  a wrinkle, fold, or crease
 
[C17: from Middle Dutch rompelen; related to Old English gerumpen creased, wrinkled]
 
'rumply
 
adj

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