- v.弄皱( ruffle的过去式和过去分词 ); 弄乱; 激怒; 扰乱;
She ruffled his hair affectionately.
She was wearing a white ruffled blouse and a blue velvet skirt.
Her short hair was oddly ruffled and then flattened around her head.
Her taunts ruffled his pride.
All this talk of a strike has clearly ruffled the management's feathers.
His boss yelled at him and ruffled his feathers.
His temper is easily ruffled.
The flag ruffled in the breeze.
The hen ruffled her feathers up at the sight of a dog.
He was ruffled up by their behaviour.
Anne is a bit ruffled.
Don't get so ruffled; you shouldn't ruffle so easily.
The evening breeze ruffled the pond.
Rio Tinto had recently cooled on Chinalco's planned investment in the group – leaving ruffled feathers.
Double white and green ruffled star. Medium green, ruffled. Standard.
The bird ruffled its plumage and shook itself.
Don't get so ruffled.
Carrie heard all this in a very ruffled state.
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Don't get ruffled up about it.
Her constant nagging ruffled her husband's feathers.
Variegated green and cream ruffled. Standard.
They were no longer ruffled but were gathered up in scalloped festoons, showing braided petticoats beneath.
The wind ruffled my hair.
A sudden breeze ruffled the surface of the calm lake.
The hen's ruffled at the sight of a dog.
Double white, green, and lavender fringed. Light green, ruffled. Semiminiature.
Masculine military style jacket, a black tux complete with a slim, ruffled, satin shirt.
1. shaken into waves or undulations as by wind;
"the rippled surface of the pond"
"with ruffled flags flying"
2. having decorative ruffles or frills