In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- His clothes were rumpled and looked like they'd been slept in more than once.
- The actor, clad in worn jeans and an old T-shirt, looks as comfy and rumpled as a Sunday morning.
- He rumpled my hair, a rare show of affection, and nudged me toward the car.
- His big smile and slightly rumpled suits quickly became familiar hallmarks of his personal style.
- His blonde hair was rumpled from sleep, and there was still a touch of drowsiness in his eyes.
- The cotton of her skirt was slightly rumpled, and she could see a few strands of hair had strayed from her loose bun.
- He yawned, leaning back in his chair and rumpling his hair.
- The door opened a second later and Morgan shuffled out, looking rumpled but presentable.
- She sighed as, at long last, she fell into her bed, not even noticing the fact that the sheets were rumpled.
- He is dressed in sweatpants and a white t-shirt, his hair all rumpled from lying down on the couch.
- There were black circles around his eyes, and his suit was rumpled, as if he'd been sleeping in it.
- He just looks like a regular guy, maybe a little rumpled, sipping his coffee.
- He looked down at the clothes he'd bought only a few days earlier and saw how rumpled the shirt was.
- He was still in the outfit I'd picked out for him for the party, but it was rumpled from being slept in.
- His hair was a bit rumpled and his eyes perhaps tired, but otherwise, he appeared the same.
- His dark hair was slightly rumpled from tossing in his sleep, and his cheeks were a rosy color.
- Martha swept into the room wearing black, her mid-length light hair rumpled.
- Glancing in the mirror, she saw that her hair was in tangles and her shirt was completely rumpled.
- His hair was rumpled and some of his shirt buttons had come undone.
- She got up, not answering, brushing her blouse and smoothing out the slightly rumpled skirt.
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