messily messily


  • (adv) in a messy, untidy manner


  1. Automation should eliminate many of the errors that occur when pharmacists misunderstand or misrecord medication names or dosages conveyed messily on paper or hurriedly by phone.
  2. Call it, rather, a wholesome and intelligent enmitythe sort that impels even such a prosperous, messily tolerant organism as America to act.
  3. It's like they used to go out, then broke up messily, then somebody forgot and invited them both to the same party.



  • Cable said: "It was done very belatedly, and very grudgingly and very messily, but they did the right thing at the end."
    on Sep 16, 2008 By: Vince Cable Source:

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