mess

mess
Synonyms and related words:
C ration, Chinese puzzle, Gordian knot, K ration, Rube Goldberg contraption, all sorts, allotment, allowance, amount, arsy-varsiness, assemblage, assortment, baboon, bad job, bag, batch, befoul, befuddlement, benasty, bevue, bewilderment, big end, bigger half, bind, bit, bitch up, bite, blemish, blot, blow, blunder, board, bobble, boggle, bollix, bonehead play, boner, boo-boo, botch, botchery, bother, botheration, bread, broad spectrum, budget, bunch, bungle, butt in, cafeteria, can of worms, carrion, chaos, chunk, cloud, clump, clumsy performance, cluster, clutch, clutter, commission, commons, complex, complication, concoction, confuse, confusion, conglomeration, considerable, contaminate, contingent, copse, corrupt, corruption, count, crop, crunch, cut, dally, dandruff, daze, deal, decay, defile, derange, destiny, destroy, difficulty, dilemma, dine, dinette, dining car, dining hall, dining room, dining saloon, dirty, disarrange, disarrangement, disarray, discombobulation, discomfiture, discomposure, disconcertion, dishevel, dislocate, disorder, disorganization, disorganize, disorientation, disturbance, dividend, dog, dole, doodle, dose, embarrassing position, embarrassment, emergency rations, end, entertainment, equal share, error, etourderie, excrement, eyesore, farrago, fate, feed, fiasco, field rations, filth, fine how-do-you-do, fix, flirt, flub, fluff, flummox, flunk, flurry, fluster, flutter, fodder, fog, fool around, foozle, forage, foul, foul matter, foul up, foul-up, frenzy, fright, fuddle, fuddlement, fumble, furfur, gallimaufry, gangrene, gargoyle, gaucherie, gob, gobs, good deal, goof up, grass, gratify, graze, great deal, group, grouping, groupment, grove, gum up, hag, half, halver, harridan, hash, hassock, haze, heap, heaps, hell to pay, helping, helter-skelter, higgledy-piggledy, hobble, hodgepodge, hot water, hotchpot, hotchpotch, how-do-you-do, hunk, hysteron proteron, imbroglio, infect, interest, interfere with, intervene, jam, jumble, jungle, kettle of fish, knot, labyrinth, large amount, lashings, litter, loads, lot, lots, louse up, lump, magpie, mash, mass, maze, meal, meals, meander, measure, meat, meddle with, medley, meed, melange, mesh, mess around, mess hall, mess up, mess with, messroom, mingle-mangle, mint, misarrange, miscellany, miscue, mishmash, mist, mistake, mix, mix-up, mixed bag, mixture, modicum, moiety, monster, monstrosity, morass, much, muck, muck up, mucus, muddle, muddlement, muff, mull, muss, muss up, nasty, no beauty, number, obscenity, odds and ends, off day, olio, olla podrida, omnium-gatherum, oodles, ordure, pack, parcel, parlous straits, part, pass, pasticcio, pastiche, pasture, patchwork, peck, percentage, perplex, perplexity, perturbation, philander, pickle, piece, pile, piles, pinch, play, plight, pollute, portion, pot, pother, potpourri, potter, power, predicament, pretty pass, pretty pickle, pretty predicament, proportion, provision, pucker, puddle, pull to pieces, pus, putrid matter, putter, quagmire, quandary, quantity, quantum, quicksand, quite a little, quota, raft, rafts, rake-off, ration, rations, ravel, refection, refectory, refreshment, regale, regalement, repas, repast, restaurant, rot, ruffle, ruin, rumple, run around, sad work, salad, salle a manger, salmagundi, satisfy, sauce, scads, scarecrow, scatter, scramble, scrape, screw up, screw-up, scurf, scuz, seduce, segment, shambles, share, shock, short commons, shuffle, sight, sleep around, slew, slews, slice, slime, slip, slough, small amount, small share, smorgasbord, smut, snafu, snake pit, snarl, snot, sordes, spate, spot, spread, squeeze, stack, stacks, stake, stew, sticky wicket, stock, stook, strait, straits, stumble, sully, sum, sustain, swamp, sweat, swivet, table, taint, tamper with, tangle, tangled skein, tarnish, teratism, thicket, tidy sum, tight spot, tight squeeze, tightrope, tinker, tizzy, topsy-turviness, topsy-turvydom, tousle, toy, treat, tricky spot, trifle, trip, trouble, tucker, tuft, tumble, turmoil, turn upside down, tussock, ugly duckling, unholy mess, unsettlement, untidiness, upset, wad, wads, washout, webwork, welter, what you will, wheels within wheels, whole slew, wilderness, wine and dine, wisp, witch, wreck, wreckage

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • mess — [mes] n. [ME messe < OFr mes < L missus, a course (at a meal), orig. pp. of mittere, to send, put: see MISSION] 1. a portion or quantity of food for a meal or dish 2. a portion of soft or semiliquid food, as porridge 3. unappetizing food;… …   English World dictionary

  • Mess — war ein österreichisches Musikduo der 1980er Jahre. Es bestand aus Elisabeth Engstler und Michael Scheickl (unter dem Künstlernamen Fritz), die auch verheiratet waren. Chartplatzierungen Erklärung der Daten Singles Sonntag AT: 1[1] – 15. April… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Mess — (m[e^]s), n. [OE. mes, OF. mets, LL. missum, p. p. of mittere to put, place (e. g., on the table), L. mittere to send. See {Mission}, and cf. {Mass} religious service.] 1. A quantity of food set on a table at one time; provision of food for a… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Mess — Mess, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Messed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Messing}.] To take meals with a mess; to belong to a mess; to eat (with others); as, I mess with the wardroom officers. Marryat. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Mess — Mess, v. t. 1. To supply with a mess. [1913 Webster] 2. To make a mess[5] of; to disorder or muddle; to muss; to jumble; to disturb; to mess up. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] It was n t right either to be messing another man s sleep. Scribner s Mag.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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