Hair Cressida: tousled, shoulder-length, just-got-out-of-bed blonde mop.
Cara: tousled, shoulder-length, just-got-out-of-bed blonde mop.
In general, Mrs. Romney tends towards pullover sweaters and pushed-up sleeves, preppy skirts, easy blazers and tousled hair.
And Prince Harry was a splendid mix of military dash and tousled ease.
Only the corsets of those roles foreshadowed the Gothic babe she would become, the tousled muse to the phantasmagoric Tim Burton.
The tousled hair is smooth enough now under the neat cap, the dress is tidy, the apron clean.
Martha could see it move, a tousled shadow against the light.
The child had fallen asleep, and with a light kiss on his tousled curls the grandfather turned him over to his mother's arms.
Then she patted the sober-faced youngster on his tousled head and left.
Jimmy thereupon released them and stood up, brushing down his tousled hair with his stubby fingers.
"pull roughly, disorder, dishevel," mid-15c., frequentative of -tousen "handle or push about roughly," from Old English *tusian, from Proto-Germanic *tus- (cf. Frisian tusen, Old High German erzusen, German zausen "to tug, pull, dishevel"); related to tease.