Definition of Messy in English :

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Messy meaning in English

Meaning of Messy in English

Pronunciation of Messy in English

Messy pronunciation in English

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1. messy, mussy

dirty and disorderly

Example Sentences:
'a mussy fussy bedroom'
'a child's messy eating habits'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


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adjectiveWord forms: messier or messiest
dirty, confused, or untidy

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see synonyms of messy
adjectiveWord forms: ˈmessier or ˈmessiest
in, like, or characterized by a mess; untidy, dirty, etc.

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adj. mess·i·er, mess·i·est
a. Disorderly and dirty: a messy bedroom.
b. Given to making messes; not neat or organized: a messy roommate.
2. Exhibiting or demonstrating carelessness: messy reasoning.
3. Unpleasantly difficult to settle or resolve: a messy court case.

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