flaming_tyger (flaming_tyger) wrote in 1word1day,

muss-verb (mŭs)
To make messy or untidy; rumple.


Most people in her 8:00 class pulled off looking like they had been out of bed for more than five minutes except the slightly mussed hair that needed to be brushed.

By the bye, I am not a fan of dictionary.com's new format. I don't want related searches, I want the word I searched for. Jerks.

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