Dishevele

Di*shev"ele

(?), p. p. & a. Disheveled. [Obs.]
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Dishevele, save his cap, he rode all bare.
Chaucer.
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adj. 1. ; .
Syn. -- disheveled, ungroomed.
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di*shev"eled

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di*shev"elled

(?), a. 1. Hanging in loose disorder; disarranged; in disarray; not made neat; -- used especially of hair or clothing; as, disheveled hair.
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2. Having the hair in loose disorder.
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The dancing maidens are disheveled Mnads.
J. A. Symonds.
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