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A confused or noisy situation.‘we in dis land is really something else when it comes to talking; it is constantly from one comess to the next’
muddle, mess, tangle, jumble, entanglement, imbroglioView synonyms
- ‘The next part of my comess was reaching the hospital and getting stitches.’
From French Creole commece confusion, from French commerce commerce.
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