frill, flounce, ruffle, furbelow(noun)
a strip of pleated material used as a decoration or a trim
choker, ruff, ruffle, neck ruff(noun)
a high tight collar
affray, disturbance, fray, ruffle(verb)
a noisy fight
commotion, mental disturbance, hurly burly, disturbance, mental disorder, interference, ruff, folie, upset, flounce, flutter, choker, to-do, psychological disorder, perturbation, furbelow, kerfuffle, fracas, frill, hoo-ha, disruption, altercation, ruffle, fray, noise, neck ruff, affray, hoo-hah
ripple, ruffle, riffle, cockle, undulate(verb)
stir up (water) so as to form ripples
prance, flick, mix, flip, tittup, shuffle, rumple, ruffle up, ripple, cock, roll, sashay, flap, babble, knit, leaf, swagger, strut, pleat, riffle, gurgle, riff, cockle, burble, thumb, wave, crumple, pucker, ruffle, mess up, guggle, undulate, fluff, bubble
trouble or vex
"ruffle somebody's composure"
tittup, swagger, ruffle, prance, strut, sashay, cock(verb)
to walk with a lofty proud gait, often in an attempt to impress others
"He struts around like a rooster in a hen house"
ripple, ruffle up, tittup, sashay, swash, swagger, ruffle, cock, riffle, pleat, mix, shuffle, sidle, fluff, strut, chasse, bluster, prance, mess up, browbeat, bully, cockle, flick, rumple, undulate
"This play is going to ruffle some people"; "She has a way of ruffling feathers among her colleagues"
flick, ruffle, riffle(verb)
twitch or flutter
"the paper flicked"
thumb, ripple, tittup, click, sashay, swagger, riff, leaf, cock, riffle, pleat, mix, flip, ruffle up, shuffle, snap, fluff, strut, flicker, ruffle, mess up, jerk, prance, cockle, flick, rumple, undulate
shuffle, ruffle, mix(verb)
mix so as to make a random order or arrangement
"shuffle the cards"
prance, integrate, flick, shuffle, commix, tittup, rumple, conflate, mix in, mingle, ripple, cock, fuse, sashay, scuffle, immix, merge, swagger, strut, commingle, riffle, pleat, mess up, cockle, meld, amalgamate, combine, unify, ruffle, flux, shamble, coalesce, undulate, mix, fluff, ruffle up, blend, desegregate
erect or fluff up
"the bird ruffled its feathers"
botch, prance, flick, shuffle, bungle, tease, tittup, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, ruffle up, blow, ripple, screw up, cock, rumple, sashay, fumble, flub, ball up, ruffle, bollocks, strut, pleat, riffle, mess up, cockle, louse up, bollocks up, bollix, muff, swagger, undulate, foul up, mix, fluff, bobble, bollix up, spoil, bodge
ruffle, ruffle up, rumple, mess up(verb)
disturb the smoothness of
"ruffle the surface of the water"
botch, prance, flick, screw up, shuffle, bungle, tittup, muck up, mishandle, bumble, botch up, ruffle up, blow, ripple, flub, cock, rumple, sashay, fumble, knit, ball up, ruffle, bollocks, strut, pleat, riffle, mess up, cockle, crease, louse up, bollocks up, wrinkle, bollix, crumple, pucker, muff, swagger, undulate, foul up, mix, mess, fluff, bobble, crinkle, bollix up, spoil, bodge
pleat or gather into a ruffle
"ruffle the curtain fabric"
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