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- adj. having been mussed, messy, rumpled.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Disarranged; rumpled.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Disordered; rumpled; tousled.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. dirty and disorderly
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If snowballing the target is too "mussy," a large holly wreath with a cluster of sleighbells in the center may be suspended from the ceiling with red and green streamers.
His necktie was tied kind of mussy and careless, like Old Man
It was a wood fire, in an open chimney, for Mrs. Armadale would sit by no other; and I call the place the kitchen, for really a large portion of the work of the kitchen was done there; however, there was a stove in an adjoining room, which accommodated most of the boilers and kettles in use, while the room itself was used for all the "mussy" work.
No bunch of teenyboppers was going to keep me from enjoying the latest adventures of my favorite barefooted, mussy-haired, possibly autistic detective, no sir.
For real, a mussy-headed teenage boy whispered, jostling his mother in the next row.
His mother and all his mussy-headed friends agreed -- Hamlet (they never referred to the actor, Dan Donohue's real name) was the best actor, like, ever.
While we don't know exactly how she gets that sexy-mussy 'do, we can offer this up-close inspection, from three different angles (the back is our favorite), and our thoughts on the inspiration.
As I weed, gingerly avoiding turds, longing for a tussy-mussy to hold to my noses, I wonder at the mess.
His mother and all his mussy-headed friends agreed -- Hamlet they never referred to the actor, Dan Donohue's real name was the best actor, like, ever.
Bullet entered his last rib on left side about 4-5 belw back bone and exited his right shoulder. large opening and vitals all mussy.