• Andregg, a lanky twenty-eight-year-old, was wearing cargo pants and a rumpled, untucked pink button-down shirt.

    NEWYORKER: No Death, No Taxes

  • The mountaintop views take in rumpled, thickly forested ridgelines and shadowed valleys all the way out to the glinting Tyrrhenian Sea.

    FORBES: The Other Tuscany

  • People in general look rumpled or frumpy—if not their clothes then their epidermises.

    FORBES: Henri Cartier-Bresson: Aesthetic Contrarian

  • From a rumpled manila envelope, he pulled two pairs of pink boxer shorts.

    NEWYORKER: Sheriff Joe

  • "Sure, I'm surprised by the success, " says Brin, unassuming, rumpled and wiry, his sneakers scuffing the upholstery of a conference-room chair.

    FORBES: All Eyes on Google

  • Gravity seems to hang on his lumpy body like a rumpled suit, tethering him to the shaky ground he stands on.

    NEWYORKER: Lives in Limbo

  • Her face was clear and bright, her hair a rumpled silver in the odd light, her eyes calm and free of makeup.

    NEWYORKER: The Reptile Garden

  • This rumpled figure has few of the makings of a national candidate.

    ECONOMIST: Barnes-storming in Georgia

  • Lecter is in Florence, where he is suspected by a local detective (Giancarlo Giannini, the best and most rumpled thing in the movie).

    NEWYORKER: Hannibal

  • As the father and son carried him in, Nawab, alert to the point of strain, observed blood on some rumpled sheets, a rusty blot.

    NEWYORKER: Nawabdin Electrician

  • On the paths between buildings, mule deer wander about, nibbling at potted plants and twitching their ears as rumpled engineers shuffle past, lost in calculation.

    NEWYORKER: The Martian Chroniclers

  • Currently, my read is blue chip art is extended in price and more a luxury while iconic growth stocks comparatively lay rumpled and discarded in the bargain bin.

    FORBES: What $100 Got You In 1954: Lessons In Art And Growth Stocks

  • He is a rumpled but unflappable traveller, seemingly oblivious of bad weather, uncomfortable transportation, and lack of sleep, as well as of the antiwar protesters who tend to appear wherever he goes.

    NEWYORKER: The Next Crusade

  • Benny Avni, the head of the District Council of Tel Ilan, was a lanky man with stooped shoulders and a fondness for rumpled clothes and oversized sweaters, which gave him an ursine look.

    NEWYORKER: Waiting

  • They regularly drop in on Mr Gold, who quizzes them closely, his wild greying locks and well-stuffed shirt pocket giving him the air of a rumpled physics professor expounding an exotic retail calculus.

    ECONOMIST: Face value

  • The desk is big, too, but so is the man who greets a visitor, wearing Air Jordan sandals and a rumpled tailored suit, and has just returned from a week abroad on business.

    FORBES: An Ex-Sumo Wrestler Returns To Mongolia

  • For 13 years they have been happy to give carte blanche to Ralph Klein, their rumpled, tough-talking premier, granting his Conservative government four whopping majorities as he led his province from hard times to oil-fired prosperity.

    ECONOMIST: Alberta's premier outstays his welcome

  • The resulting rumpled mess was often underestimated.

    ECONOMIST: John Weinberg

  • Kennedy against the rumpled Richard M.

    FORBES: The Making of the President, 2012

  • Clad in black sunglasses (though it's 10 o'clock at night), a rumpled Tommy Bahama shirt and a tan blazer--and accompanied by a perfect platinum blonde less than half his age--Leach gets whisked to a coveted table just off the dance floor.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • Rumpled and down-to-earth, with a rolling Bavarian accent, he has irritated the right wing of Mr Kohl's ruling coalition for pressing it to go on transferring huge dollops of cash to eastern Germany, to carry out tax reform but without inflicting pain, and to stop industry fleeing abroad.

    ECONOMIST: Germany

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