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dishevel (v.)

"to loosen and throw about in disorder, cause to have a disordered or neglected appearance," 1590s, said originally of the hair, later of the dress. It is chiefly a back-formation from disheveled (q.v.).

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Definitions of dishevel

dishevel (v.)
disarrange or rumple; dishevel;
Synonyms: tousle / tangle
From wordnet.princeton.edu