What does messy mean?
Definitions for messy
This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word messy.
dirty and disorderly
"a mussy fussy bedroom"; "a child's messy eating habits"
in a disorderly state; chaotic; disorderly.
a messy office
prone to causing mess.
He is the messiest person I've ever met.
difficult or unpleasant to deal with
a messy divorce
The numerical value of messy in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of messy in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Examples of messy in a Sentence
For an investor wanting a high-risk/potentially high-return trade, I would say going long Greek stocks makes sense, if cooler heads prevail and Greece avoids a messy exit, Greek stocks are a bargain.
They're cuddling by the fire, they're going on trips together, they're introducing their friends to their family, but they're very clear that those are friendships, it really makes me think about the definitions that we have about friendship and romance, and how those things differ, and I just like how messy it all is.
I think people are starting to realize that that would be a pretty messy and unproductive process.
Cara Lanz of MidwesternHomeLife.com:
Buffalo Chicken Pinwheels have all the flavors of buffalo chicken wings — spicy sauce, chicken, celery and blue cheese — rolled up into a tortilla. So no messy fingers, the trick to achieving pinwheels that hold their shape and don't fall apart is to wrap the tortilla rolls in plastic wrap and refrigerate them for several hours before slicing.
It's a messy report.
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- sekainen, sotkuinenFinnish
- désordonné, salissantFrench
- ぐちゃぐちゃ, 乱雑, きたないJapanese
- 어질러 놓은Korean
- chaotisch, wanordelijkDutch
- bagunçado, desorganizado, desordenado, caóticoPortuguese
- беспоря́дочный, гря́зный, неря́шливый, беспорядочныйRussian
- pasaklı, karmakarışık, karman çorman, darmadağınıkTurkish
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