Being in loose disarray; unkempt, as hair or clothing.(adjective)
Marked by disorder; untidy: a disheveled pile of books on the library table. (adjective)
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Use "disheveled" in a sentence
"The unruly Giant players in disheveled jerseys and beards scream into the clubhouse after hugging and cheering on the field and you hand out a pair of goggles and maybe you will have a beer after it calms down a bit."
"I mean, in addition to the fact that he needs a shave -- and he's otherwise disheveled, which is especially bad since he's also overweight... and everyone else is above-average in looks?"
"People who knew Weisberg as a child recall a disheveled and awkward boy who habitually chewed on his shirt collar."