Just then the first puff of the coming breeze swept up the river, ruffling its hitherto glassy surface.
"Ungava" by R.M. Ballantyne
De two petticoats she gimme to wear wid my weddin' dress was ruffled to beat de band and had trimmin' on evvy ruffle.
"Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States" by Work Projects Administration
Not a breath of wind ruffled the calm surface of the water.
"The Naval History of the United States" by Willis J. Abbot
The ruffling winds and raging seas, In midst of all their outrages.
"The Hesperides & Noble Numbers: Vol. 1 and 2" by Robert Herrick
The Squire was greatly ruffled at breakfast that morning.
"The International Magazine, Volume 2, No. 2, January, 1851" by Various
I know you are as good as an angel, but I am quite certain that he ruffles you up the wrong way.
"Red Rose and Tiger Lily" by L. T. Meade
Why should one be ruffled because others are unfeeling and impertinent; it is their misfortune, not ours.
"Julian Home" by Dean Frederic W. Farrar
He saw his wife's face, looking so little and white from out a ruffled lace cap.
"The Best Short Stories of 1919" by Various
It's an old one, and the ruffle is torn anyhow.
"Marjorie's Busy Days" by Carolyn Wells
The tops of the sleeves were trimmed with four or five ruffles and there were two ruffles around the neck.
"A Little Girl in Old New York" by Amanda Millie Douglas
Blue and twisted threads.
Time and again, in spring
The ruffled flowers
"Willow's branches" by Ki no Tsurayuki
I cannot await him longer.
Love, ruffled against delay,
A moment fiercer, stronger,
"The Human Tragedy ACT I" by Alfred Austin
Underlying all the sunshine,
Whispering through every breeze,
As it crests the ruffled ocean
Or sways the forest trees.
"Thoughts" by Nora Pembroke
On the stream of wedded life
Hath your bark begun to glide;
Oh! may no sad breath of strife
Ever ruffle its smooth tide.
"Written In A Bride's Album" by Alfred Gibbs Campbell
Within an unseen cage he sings,
Hung high above t e rush of feet,
He ruffles up his little wings,
This poet of the noisy street.
"The Caged Lark" by Alexander Anderson
Only a tender, unnamed half-regret
For the lost beauty of the gracious morn;
A yearning aspiration, fainter yet,
For brighter suns in joyous days unborn,
Now while brief showers ruffle grass and corn,
And all the earth lies shadowed, grave, and wet;
"Epochs" by Emma Lazarus
Nonorganic Exceptions Ruffle Enthusiasts of Organic Food.
This wool-blend navy jacket is military-inspired, with decorative buttons dotting the front and ruffles that lend a feminine edge.
Feathers ruffled at NATA summit.
Tweet has Greenville's feathers ruffled .
Lawyers ruffling feathers of Las Vegas showbiz scene.
Columbia cluckers not ruffling too many feathers.
A Senator Arrives, Ruffling Feathers.
THE AVANT-GARDE ADVANCES, EARNING APPLAUSE AND RUFFLING FEATHERS.
Rooster's crow sure is ruffling some feathers.
Iowa Gov Terry Branstad has ruffled the feathers of state GOP leaders by proposing what many of them regard as unthinkable: Eliminating the 33-year-old Ames Straw Poll.
Um, are those ruffles seriously Vogue -approved.
NEW YORK— Oliver Stone has never been shy about ruffling feathers with his take on real-life events.
Oliver Stone has never been shy about ruffling feathers with his take real-life events.
For the first time, after Stillwater's chicken-keeping ordinance was approved loose chickens ruffled some neighborhood feathers enough Sunday afternoon to involve police.
The outfit features a ruffled, black lingerie-like top that resembles a corset, and nude shorts that some say are too revealing.