• IPA: /ʌnˈtaɪdi/

untidy (comparative untidier, superlative untidiest)

  1. Sloppy.
    I have never seen such an untidy bedroom!
  2. Disorganized.
    His finances were in an untidy state when he died.
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untidy (untidies, present participle untidying; past and past participle untidied)

  1. (transitive) To make untidy, to make a mess
    • 2014, Jennie Shortridge, Love Water Memory (page 116)
      Before she closed each drawer she rummaged her hands through the clothes, untidying them just enough to feel comfortable.

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