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The Count of Monte Cristo
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disheveled
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • And she rose, with her hair dishevelled, and her lips foaming.
  • He was an athletic, gigantic bandit, with large eyes, thick lips, and a flat nose; his red hair fell in dishevelled masses like snakes around his shoulders.
  • Every one turned towards the procureur, who, unable to bear the universal gaze now riveted on him alone, advanced staggering into the midst of the tribunal, with his hair dishevelled and his face indented with the mark of his nails.
  • He now arose, his head bowed beneath the weight of grief, and, shaking his damp, dishevelled hair, he who had never felt compassion for any one determined to seek his father, that he might have some one to whom he could relate his misfortunes,—some one by whose side he might weep.

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  • Her clothing was disheveled.
  • She was disheveled and distraught.

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