Definition of Mussy

1. Adjective. Dirty and disorderly. "A child's messy eating habits"

Exact synonyms: Messy
Similar to: Untidy
Derivative terms: Mess, Messiness, Messiness, Muss, Mussiness



Definition of Mussy

1. a. Disarranged; rumpled.

Definition of Mussy

1. Adjective. having been mussed, messy, rumpled. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Mussy

1. messy [adj MUSSIER, MUSSIEST] : MUSSILY [adv] - See also: messy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mussy

mussels
musses
mussier
mussiest
mussily
mussiness
mussinesses
mussing
mussitate
mussitated
mussitates
mussitating
mussitation
mussitations
mussite
mussy (current term)
must've
must(a)
must-buy
must-have
must-read
must-see
must-see TV
must-sees
must have killed a Chinaman
must needs
must not
must of
must weight

Literary usage of Mussy

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1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1862)
"From the circumstance that most of the mineral waters alleged to be successful remedies in chronic rheumatism contain arsenic, M. GUENEAU DK mussy, ..."

2. The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of (1857)
"Par NOËL GUENEAU DE mussy, Médecin de l'Hôpital de la Pitié et de l'Ecole ... By NOEL GUENEAU DE mussy, Professor, ase. THE scrutinizing spirit of modern ..."

3. The Edinburgh Gazetteer, Or Geographical Dictionary ...: Accompanied by an Atlas (1822)
"... and mussy, and is BOW is- cluded in the collectorship of Neuere. Tb: chief towns are Ongole and ..."

4. The Treatment of Hay Fever by Rosin-weed, Ichthyol and Faradic Electricity by George Frederick Laidlaw (1917)
"GUENEAU DE mussy HAY FEVER AS URTICARIA AGAIN IN searching through the early literature of rosin-weed, as related in Chapter XTV I noted that the article in ..."

5. Transactions of the International Medical Congress, Seventh Session, Held in by William MacCormac, George Henry Makins (1881)
"Dr. NOEL QUENEAU DE mussy, Paris: In his very interesting communication, Dr. Buzzard pointed out some cases of tabes dorsalis in which the chief symptoms ..."

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