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What is another word for messed up?

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Adjective
In a disorganized or messy state
“Every inch of the apartment was messed up.”
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Damaged or defective in some way
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“My laptop is messed up after the latest update.”
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In a bad or undesirable state
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“Things are just really messed up in my life at the moment.”
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Mentally or emotionally disturbed or unhinged
“The other thing that can cause a child to become mentally messed up is the parent who is raising the child.”
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Unkempt or disheveled in appearance
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Showing inadequate or faulty adaptation to a new situation
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Not successful
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In a state of disarray
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Deserving censure or condemnation
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Having faults or errors
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Feeling ruffled or upset
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To have thrown into disorder
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“This will mess up the order of your fields and records, generating so much extra work that you might as well create a new database from scratch.”
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Past tense for to make a mistake or error
“Imagine if you completely mess up her measurements and overestimate her waist or hips?”
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Past tense for to make dirty or unclean
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“I reckon she believed that I was only making up an excuse to get into the house and mess up her clean floors.”
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Past tense for to destroy or disrupt by means of sabotage
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Past tense for to target and strike someone
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(rare, nonstandard) Past tense for to commit a mistake or error
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(figuratively) Past tense for to botch or mangle
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Past tense for to pronounce (a word) incorrectly
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Past tense for to cause significant damage or destruction to
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Past tense for to smear or become smeared, especially when rubbed
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Past tense for to handle roughly or clumsily
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Past tense for to execute or carry out something incorrectly or inadequately
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Past tense for to treat with cruelty or violence, especially regularly or repeatedly
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Past tense for to take the pleasure or enjoyment out of
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Past tense for to touch or handle, especially with the thumb or fingers
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Past tense for to fill with distress or alarm
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