disheveled

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di·shev·eled

adjective

: not neat or tidy

Full Definition of DISHEVELED

:  marked by disorder or disarray <disheveled hair>

Variants of DISHEVELED

di·shev·eled or di·shev·elled

Examples of DISHEVELED

  1. His wrinkled suit gave him a disheveled appearance.
  2. They looked dirty and disheveled.

Origin of DISHEVELED

Middle English discheveled bareheaded, with disordered hair, part translation of Anglo-French deschevelé, from des- dis- + chevoil hair, from Latin capillus
First Known Use: 1583

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