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  • Tousled Iain De Caestecker (below, left) fits the bill (surrounded by a plot-spinning cast of irksome prankster, nice girl, horrid bully and flirtatious landlady), though his acting does struggle with the early test of having a bad cold.

    Phil Hogan's Christmas TV highlights

  • Tousled from his bath, he dragged on some shorts and settled himself on the edge of his bed, then delved into his backpack for his only pair of woollen socks.

    Watershed

  • Tousled pale hair flowed across her pillow, her lips slightly parted, hands tucked under her cheek.

    Entice Me at Twilight

  • Tousled brown hair was stylishly mussed above his animated features.

    CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Shock Treatment

  • Tousled reddish-blond hair, fair skin, freckles that made him look prep school boyish, and a charming smile.

    The Viognier Vendetta

  • Tousled brown hair, great skin, strong jaw, and full lips.

    Giving Up the V

  • Tousled brown hair, baggy old cords, spectacles not glasses, a backpack, and very sweet and sincere.

    Buzzine » The Maxwell Multiple Climax

  • Tousled blonde hair framed the clearest blue eyes…that never looked at me even once as she made her way into the club.

    Cheech & Chong

  • Tousled blonde hair swept over her shoulders and down her back and when she talked, which was often, it whipped wildly around her face.

    Crazy Love

  • Tousled and flushed he emerged, and, flinging the clothes aside, lifted his glass.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

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  • "I recongnized again that tousled bronzed hair."--Twilight, Stephenie Meyer, pg.26

    October 1, 2010