Definition for messier (2 of 2)
adjective, mess·i·er, mess·i·est.
Related formsmess·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for messier
Recognizing that Messier was simply a corporate charlatan, Bronfman stepped up and led the charge to remove the megalomaniac.
Messier is currently on trial in Paris on charges of misleading investors.
In recent days, we have seen the future of diplomatic machinations with Iran, and it is messier and more alarming than before.
He put the instrument down and zeroed it on Messier 44, the Beehive star cluster in the constellation Cancer.Rip Foster in Ride the Gray Planet|Harold Leland Goodwin
Six days after sunrise the craters are again nearly of the same size, owing to the diminution of Messier.Are the Planets Inhabited?|E. Walter Maunder
Number 22 rue Messier was a wretched one-storeyed house that belonged to a country vine-dresser who seldom came to Paris.Fantmas|Pierre Souvestre
This was the first nebula discovered by Messier, and its discovery led to the formation of his catalogue of 103 nebulæ.Half-hours with the Telescope|Richard A. Proctor
The northern entrance to Messier Channel is through this gulf.