Examples of dishevel in a Sentence
decorations for the garden wedding that had been disheveled by the wind
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In fact, most people enjoy the meal in their pajamas, looking expectedly disheveled.
When her mother returned, the then 9-year-old child was upset and her Easter dress disheveled.
The friend recalled an incident that happened in late February, when Christman arrived late to work, appeared to be disheveled and had bruises on her neck and arms.
The drunken woman was not wearing shoes, had an empty purse and her hair was disheveled.
What’s up with Sean Penn stoned & disheveled with very weird hair & smoking on Colbert?!
And Aidan, his hair disheveled, the only boy wearing sweatpants at the presentation, just shrugged.
Most students had a shambolically rustic look: boots, jeans, oversized checked shirts and dishevelled hair.
Wenger, the King of Arsenal, hangs perilously under a boiling cauldron lit aflame by the fans of the club, but peering down at his impeding doom hasn’t once dishevelled him.
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