Rumple v. t. & v. i. (past & past part. rumpled; pres. part. rumpling) To make uneven; to form into irregular inequalities; to wrinkle; to crumple; as, to rumple an apron or a cravat. "They would not give a dog's ear of their most rumpled and ragged Scotch paper for twenty of your fairest assignats."
... my mamma's lady-girl And I must sit quite still; It would not do to jump and whirl, And get my hair all out of curl, And rumple up my frill. No, I'm my mamma's lady-girl, So I must ... — St. Nicholas Magazine for Boys and Girls, Vol. 5, Nov 1877-Nov 1878 - No 1, Nov 1877 • Various