来自古英语 taesan,拔羊毛，撕，扯，词源同 tease.-le,表反复。引申词义弄乱头发，使头发蓬 乱。
- tousle:  Tousle was derived from an earlier touse ‘pull about, shake’ (probable source also of tussle ), which went back to an Old English *tūsian. Amongst its relatives is German zausen ‘tug, tousle’.
- tousle (v.)
- "pull roughly, disorder, dishevel," mid-15c., frequentative of -tousen "handle or push about roughly," probably from an unrecorded Old English *tusian, from Proto-Germanic *tus- (cognates: Frisian tusen, Old High German erzusen, German zausen "to tug, pull, dishevel"); related to tease (v.). Related: Tousled; tousling.
- 1. Forensic dean blames administrative front courtyard to ought not to not see object tousle subpoena.
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