Definitions

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  • adj. Not messy; tidy.

Etymologies

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un- +‎ messy

Examples

  • Compared to harmfully misleading or deliberately deceitful love affairs, the prostitute-client relationship is both forthright and unmessy.

    An Interview With John Irving

  • Who are perfect and unmessy unlike humans, if He solely wanted adoration He could have looked to them.

    Ann Aguirre » Blog Archive » Can of worms

  • But he was beginning to see that there was more to being unmessy and organized than met the eye.

    DO NOT PASS GO

  • It would never come within even the thought of a suggestion of anything like Godiva's own glorious hair, but she might as well get it as unmessy as she could.

    Isle of View

  • Daily Grommet is simple, unmessy, compact and movable, meaning it won't take up valuable real estate on your counter.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • But the paperwork is already organised for a break - up - and for it to be as unmessy for them as possible.

    Anorak News

  • 'But the paperwork is already organised for a break-up and for it to be as unmessy for them as possible.

    rediff.com

  • I plan to test that theory because I really like how easy and unmessy these bands are.

    Statesman - AP Sports

  • I doesn’t matter how unmessy the comestibles in question may be; I just feel incredibly uncomfortable eating without a napkin.

    Dear Clusterflock | clusterflock

  • A source told the tabloid: "The paperwork is already organised for a break up - and for it to be as unmessy for them as possible.

    MTV UK

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