[mes-ee] /ˈmɛs i/
adjective, messier, messiest.
characterized by a dirty, untidy, or disordered condition:
a messy room.
causing a :
a messy recipe; messy work.
embarrassing, difficult, or unpleasant:
a messy political situation.
characterized by moral or psychological confusion.
adjective messier, messiest
dirty, confused, or untidy
1843, “untidy,” from mess (n.) + -y (2). Figurative use (“unethical”) by 1924. Related: Messily; messiness.
[mee] /mi/ pronoun 1. the objective case of , used as a direct or indirect object: They asked me to the party. Give me your hand. 2. Informal. (used instead of the pronoun I in the predicate after the verb to be): It’s me. 3. Informal. (used instead of the pronoun my before a gerund): […]
[me-stee] /mɛˈsti/ noun 1. . /mɛˈstiː/ noun 1. a variant of mustee
/ˈmɛstə/ noun (South Yorkshire, dialect) 1. master: used as a term of address for a man who is the head of a house 2. bad mester, a term for the devil, used when speaking to children
[me-stee-zuh, mi-] /mɛˈsti zə, mɪ-/ noun 1. a woman of mixed racial or ethnic ancestry, especially, in Latin America, of mixed American Indian and European descent or, in the Philippines, of mixed native and foreign descent.