cluttering
Noun

cluttering

  1. The act of making, or condition of being, cluttered.
    • 1992, John A. Crow, The Epic of Latin America
      The clutterings of French-inspired modernism gave way to the single-purpose intensity of a new indigenous outlook on life.
  2. A speech disorder characterized by fast, jerky, or irregular speech, which often sounds like stuttering.
  3. An instance of cluttered speech.
Translations
  • German: Poltern, Battarismus, Tachyphemie
  • Portuguese: linguagem precipitada, taquifemia
Verb
  1. present participle of clutter#English|clutter



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