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Example sentences for ruffled

The bird's eyes are heavily mantled, and its feathers have been ruffled by the alcohol that nearly fills the bottle.
In this age the quiet surface of routine is as often ruffled by attempts to resuscitate past evils, as to introduce new benefits.
She twists and dips, raising a ruffled skirt to reveal a dainty foot slipped into a backless shoe.
But he also acknowledges he retired two years early because he ruffled senior management feathers.
Your optimism and kindness go a long way toward soothing ruffled feathers.
The breeze was now head-on and ruffled the mane of his horse.
He rarely got ruffled, even when intentionally provoked.

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