rumply


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rum·ple

 (rŭm′pəl)
v. rum·pled, rum·pling, rum·ples
v.tr.
1. To wrinkle or form into folds or creases.
2. To make unkempt or untidy.
v.intr.
1. To become wrinkled or creased.
2. To become unkempt or untidy.
n.
An irregular or untidy crease.

[Perhaps Dutch rompelen, from Middle Dutch rumpelen.]

rum′ply adj.
Translations

rumply

adj clothes, sheets etczerknittert
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And for those of you who are used to him eating apples and looking all rumply as Jonathan, alongside Caroline Quentin, you're in for a shock.