A strip of any textile material drawn up at one edge in gathers or plaits, and used as a bordering or trimming; a full, narrow flounce; a frill; a ruff.noun
Something resembling a ruffle in form or position.noun
In ornithology, same as
The string of egg-capsules of the periwinkles, whelks, and related gastropods.noun
In mech., a series of projections, often connected by a web, formed on the inner face of a flange of a metal gudgeon for a wooden shaft or roller, and fitted to a corresponding series of recesses in the end of such shaft or roller, to secure a rigid attachment of the flange and prevent its turning except as the shaft or roller turns with it.noun
Disquietude or discomposure, as of the mind or temper; annoyance; irritation.
To act turbulently or lawlessly; riot; play the bully; hence, to bluster.
To put on airs; swagger: often with an indefinite it.
To be rough or boisterous: said of the weather.
To bully; insult; annoy.