1rum·ple noun \ˈrəm-pəl\
First Known Use of RUMPLE
: to make (something) messy or wrinkled
Examples of RUMPLE
- He rumpled her hair affectionately.
- <the guest rumpled the antique bedspread by lying down on it>
Origin of RUMPLE
akin to Old High German rimpfan
First Known Use: 1603
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