messed upSEE DEFINITION OF messed up
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MESSED UP
It's no part o' my work to get messed up with tar and paint from lady passengers.
Hed have got all messed up and youd have been downright disappointed.
I was playing with the children in the garden and messed up my hair.
I never thought it could be so welcome, even all messed up with fog as it is.
Too bad the sand got in the galley and messed up the rest of that good food.
Then he'd left the service and messed up his pension—so he said.
His hair was sort of messed up and looked like he had been running, and he looked scared, and he looked funny.
Did you boys think we were sent over here to get all messed up in this little old war?
And yet it is amazing how badly it can be messed up by a person with a special gift for mangling a story.
I've been messed up all my life; always getting ready to do something, never really getting anything done.