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messy (adj.)

1843, "untidy, in a state of disorder or dirtiness," from mess (n.) "state of confusion" + -y (2). Figurative use ("unethical") is attested by 1924. Related: Messily; messiness.

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Definitions of messy

messy (adj.)
dirty and disorderly;
a child's messy eating habits
Synonyms: mussy
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