rumple


rumple

verb

Definition of RUMPLE

1
to create (as by crushing) an irregular mass of creases in <the guest rumpled the antique bedspread by lying down on it>
Near Antonyms even, iron, press, straighten; unfold; neaten, tidy
2
to develop creases or folds <the linen skirt rumpled as soon as she started wearing it>
Related Words collapse, crumple, double, fold
3
to undo the proper order or arrangement of <the aunt would invariably rumple the little boy's hair whenever she came to visit>
Antonyms arrange, array, dispose, draw up, marshal (also marshall), order, organize, range, regulate, straighten (up), tidy

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