touse


1touse

transitive verb \ˈtaz\
tousedtous·ing

Definition of TOUSE

:  rumple, tousle

Origin of TOUSE

Middle English -tousen; akin to Old High German zirzūsōn to pull to pieces
First Known Use: 1598

2touse

noun

Definition of TOUSE

:  a noisy disturbance

First Known Use of TOUSE

1795

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