Definition of Messinesses

1. messiness [n] - See also: messiness



Lexicographical Neighbors of Messinesses

messiahlike
messiahs
messiahship
messiahships
messianic
messianically
messianism
messianisms
messias
messiases
messier
messiest
messieurs
messily
messiness
messinesses
messing
messless
messman
messmate
messmates
messmen
messuage
messuages
messy
mestanolone
mestee
mestees
mestenediol
mesterolone

Literary usage of Messinesses

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Essays on the Lives of Cowper, Newton, and Heber: Or, an Examination of the by John Philips Potter (1830)
"Aristo- medus, king of Messina, when a war broke out betwixt the Lacedaemonians and the Messinesses, upon some dogs howling like wolves, and grass coming up ..."

2. Calendar of the Manuscripts of the Marquess of Ormonde, K. P.: Preserved at by James Butler Ormonde, Caesar Litton Falkiner, Francis Elrington Ball (1906)
"Mr., 411. Mervyn, Augustin, Oxford dispensation, 610. Messina. 137. 415. Messinesses, the, 193. Metz, 389. Mews, the little, residence of Duke of Monmouth. ..."

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