mussy mussy

Definition(s):

  • (adj) dirty and disorderly

Usage(s):

  1. Williams tells of a mussy, lolling, almost half-witted young girl married to a much older, hard-up cotton man who has set fire to a rival cotton gin.
  2. His great-eyed, meanderingly drawn figures often seem to exist in a mussy halo of phosphorescence, with vast spaces of mere paint around them.
  3. The American Newspaper Guild has known but one President: Scripps-Howard's mussy, curly-headed Columnist Heywood Broun.

News

  • Canyon News - Famed Architects At La Maison Des Nuages

    Francesca Garcia Marques, Christian Mussy and Sarz Ehrenreich. Photo courtesy of RS Photography. BEL AIR—On Saturday, November 2, a variety of well known architects and designers attended a private tour of the Bel Air Estate, La Maison des Nuages.
    on November 14, 2013     Source: Canyon News

Quotes

  1. "Dennis is disgusted with himself he didn't take the penalty," assistant manager Ray Wilkins said. "Mussy took the ball, he showed courage and we have no qualms."
    on Mar 7, 2004 By: Ray Wilkins Source: Telegraph.co.uk

  2. "I think one of the fortunate things is that, while Brett hasn't been in the top grade in recent weeks, he and Mussy have developed a bit of a combination in Young Guns," North Queensland assistant coach Grant Bell said. "They've been...
    on Jun 9, 2006 By: Grant Bell Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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