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  1. Define messed up. messed up synonyms, messed up pronunciation, messed up translation, English dictionary definition of messed up. n. 1. a. A cluttered, untidy, usually dirty place or condition: The kitchen was a mess. b. Something that is disorderly or dirty, as a accumulation or heap.
  2. mess up 1. To make a mistake. I'm worried that I messed up the last question on the test—it sounds like no one got the same answer as me.
  3. Words related to messed up. befoul, besmirch, botch, bungle, clutter, confuse, damage, derange, destroy, disarrange, discompose, dishevel, disorganize, disturb, foul, jumble, litter, muddle, pollute, ruin.
  4. messed up Teachers have a responsibility to help kids find their own voice and to really empower them with strategies for changing this messed-up world we inhabit.
  5. 1 to make or do (something) in a clumsy or unskillful way messed up the drawing and had to start over Synonyms for messed (up).
  6. Mess up definition is - to make a mistake: to do something incorrectly —often + on. How to use mess up in a sentence.
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  8. mess up 1 Create disorder in; muddle or ruin. For example, On rainy days the children really mess up the house, or He had a way of messing up his own business.

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