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Now she needs an economic plan, she needs serious donors, and she needs to stop messing up facts.

Her worst fear, she confessed early on, was "messing up in a TV interview."

Messing up on the job is one thing, but meddling in your boss' personal life as if you were his mother is another.

Robert Seguso took on the biggest referee of them all after messing up an easy midcourt shot during the 1991 Davis Cup.

I'm hoping we will get our work done before they get poking their noses into it and messing up all the trails.

I expect the lake is flooding the whole place and messing up everything from our cellar to the chickenhouse.

I have jumbled memories of messing up on the ledge, and then half swamping just below it, on my former run.

I'd say Masters is playing safe keeping him from messing up the running gear while we're discharging.

She only succeeded in burning her wrist badly, and making the deaf Hannah say she didn't want a lady messing up her kitchen.


On this page you'll find 112 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mess up, such as: befoul, besmirch, bobble, bollix/bolix/bollox, botch, and bungle.

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