ruffles

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third-person singular of
plural of ruffle
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To disturb ; especially, to cause to flutter

The wind ruffled the papers.

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Any gathered or curled strip of fabric added as trim or decoration

She loved the dress with the lace ruffle at the hem.

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{v} to disorder, flutter, fret, vex, plait
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{n} an ornament for the hands, a tumult
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The connected series of large egg capsules, or oöthecæ, of any one of several species of American marine gastropods of the genus Fulgur
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mix so as to make a random order or arrangement; "shuffle the cards"
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To discompose; to agitate; to disturb
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to walk with a lofty proud gait, often in an attempt to impress others; "He struts around like a rooster in a hen house"
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a strip of pleated material used as a decoration or a trim
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discompose; "This play is going to ruffle some people"; "She has a way of ruffling feathers among her colleagues
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To become disordered; to play loosely; to flutter
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When the wind ruffles something such as the surface of the sea, it causes it to move gently in a wave-like motion. The evening breeze ruffled the pond
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To throw into disorder or confusion
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That which is ruffled; specifically, a strip of lace, cambric, or other fine cloth, plaited or gathered on one edge or in the middle, and used as a trimming; a frill
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a noisy fight
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A state of being ruffled or disturbed; disturbance; agitation; commotion; as, to put the mind in a ruffle
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{i} pleated strip of ribbon or other material used as a decorative trim; fold, pleat; unevenness or disturbance of a surface
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pleat or gather into a ruffle; "ruffle the curtain fabric"
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pleat or gather into a ruffle; "ruffle the curtain fabric" disturb the smoothness of; "ruffle the surface of the water" erect or fluff up; "the bird ruffled its feathers" trouble or vex; "ruffle somebody's composure" discompose; "This play is going to ruffle some people"; "She has a way of ruffling feathers among her colleagues
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erect or fluff up; "the bird ruffled its feathers"
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To erect in a ruff, as feathers
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stir up (water) so as to form ripples
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Ruffles are folds of cloth at the neck or the ends of the arms of a piece of clothing, or are sometimes sewn on things as a decoration. a white blouse with ruffles at the neck and cuffs
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If a bird ruffles its feathers or if its feathers ruffle, they stand out on its body, for example when it is cleaning itself or when it is frightened. Tame birds, when approached, will stretch out their necks and ruffle their neck feathering Its body plumage suddenly began to ruffle and swell
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To beat with the ruff or ruffle, as a drum
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trouble or vex; "ruffle somebody's composure"
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To throw together in a disorderly manner
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To make a ruffle in; to curl or flute, as an edge of fabric
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{f} gather into pleats, crease; muss, dishevel; agitate, disturb; annoy, irritate
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a high tight collar
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To oughen or disturb the surface of; to make uneven by agitation or commotion
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A low, vibrating beat of a drum, not so loud as a roll; called also ruff
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To ruffle someone's feathers means to cause them to become very angry, nervous, or upset. His direct, often abrasive approach will doubtless ruffle a few feathers. a band of thin cloth sewn in folds as a decoration around the edge of something such as a collar
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To make into a ruff; to draw or contract into puckers, plaits, or folds; to wrinkle
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To furnish with ruffles; as, to ruffle a shirt
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twitch or flutter; "the paper flicked"
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If something ruffles someone, it causes them to panic and lose their confidence or to become angry or upset. I could tell that my refusal to allow him to ruffle me infuriated him
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discompose; "This play is going to ruffle some people"; "She has a way of ruffling feathers among her colleagues"
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If you ruffle someone's hair, you move your hand backwards and forwards through it as a way of showing your affection towards them. `Don't let that get you down,' he said ruffling Ben's dark curls
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To be rough; to jar; to be in contention; hence, to put on airs; to swagger
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To grow rough, boisterous, or turbulent
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disturb the smoothness of; "ruffle the surface of the water"
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    [ 'r&-f&l ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English ruffelen; akin to Low German ruffelen to crumple.

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