a ruff,collar,ring,or border made of cloth,that is gathered or pleated on one edge
spread and shake sth,such as feathers or fur,and make them uneven,not smooth
annoy sb;upset or anger
"ruffle somebody's composure"
"He struts around like a rooster in a hen house"
"This play is going to ruffle some people"
"She has a way of ruffling feathers among her colleagues"
"the paper flicked"
"shuffle the cards"
"the bird ruffled its feathers"
"ruffle the surface of the water"
"ruffle the curtain fabric"
There was..Lady Unwin, swimming forwards in a tide of green silk ruffles.sss sssA. Jessopp
出自： J. Trollope
The sea breeze was..ruffling the..surface of the anchorage.
出自： R. L. Stevenson
A..breeze ruffled the net curtains.
出自： B. Chatwin