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an untidy person synonym | English Thesaurus


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untidy

    
bedraggled, chaotic, cluttered, disarrayed, disorderly, higgledy-piggledy    (informal)  jumbled, littered, messy, muddled, muddly, mussy    (U.S. informal)  rumpled, shambolic, slatternly, slipshod, sloppy    (informal)  slovenly, topsy-turvy, unkempt  
  
Antonyms    
  methodical, neat, orderly, presentable, ship-shape, spruce, systematic, tidy, well-kept  



  • go-to person  n. a person you can go to for help, advice or information
  • nudnik  n. boring person
  • numpty  n. idiot, ridiculous person

    colloquial

  • partygoer  n. person at a party
  • smackhead  n. person addicted to heroine

    slang

  • dating partner  n. person that you date
  • skygazer  n. a person passionate about astronomy
  • busser  n. person who cleans tables also busboy
  • leapling  n. a person born on February 29

    syn.: leaper

  • appaholic  n. a person addicted to downloading apps
  • game hunter  n. a person who hunts wild animals

    HUNTING

  • toast of the town  n. a popular person in a community
  • noob  n. def.: new and inexperienced person

    slang. Syn.: newbie, newb

  • eminence  n. well-known, intelligent and highly respected person
  • war hawk  n. a militarist; person who urges war

    Synonyms: warmonger, militant

  • steal someone's thunder  exp. take credit for another person's accomplishment
  • minger  n. unattractive person, looking dirty and/or smelling bad

 

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messy person synonym | English Thesaurus


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messy

    
chaotic, cluttered, confused, dirty, dishevelled, disordered, disorganized, grubby, littered, muddled, scuzzy    (slang, chiefly U.S.)  shambolic    (informal)  sloppy    (informal)  slovenly, unkempt, untidy  
  
Antonyms    
  clean, meticulous, neat, ordered, orderly, shipshape, smart, squeaky-clean, tidy  



  • go-to person  n. a person you can go to for help, advice or information
  • nudnik  n. boring person
  • numpty  n. idiot, ridiculous person

    colloquial

  • partygoer  n. person at a party
  • smackhead  n. person addicted to heroine

    slang

  • dating partner  n. person that you date
  • skygazer  n. a person passionate about astronomy
  • busser  n. person who cleans tables also busboy
  • leapling  n. a person born on February 29

    syn.: leaper

  • appaholic  n. a person addicted to downloading apps
  • game hunter  n. a person who hunts wild animals

    HUNTING

  • toast of the town  n. a popular person in a community
  • noob  n. def.: new and inexperienced person

    slang. Syn.: newbie, newb

  • eminence  n. well-known, intelligent and highly respected person
  • war hawk  n. a militarist; person who urges war

    Synonyms: warmonger, militant

  • steal someone's thunder  exp. take credit for another person's accomplishment
  • minger  n. unattractive person, looking dirty and/or smelling bad
  • subber  n. person or tool who creates or translates subtitles
  • silver surfer  n. a senior person who is an Internet user

 

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unkempt

The definition of unkempt is someone or something untidy, disheveled or in disrepair.

mussy

(Informal) Messy; disordered, untidy, rumpled, etc.

dirty(related)

slapdash

Hasty, careless, impetuous, etc.

slovenly

The definition of slovenly is someone or something that is messy, overly casual or careless in their actions.

ordered(antonym)

(comparative more ordered, superlative most ordered)

disorderly

(Law) Violating public peace, safety, or order

unpleasant

The definition of unpleasant is something or someone that causes displeasure or discomfort.

careful(related)

Thorough and painstaking in action or execution; conscientious:

careless

Unconcerned or indifferent; heedless:

order(related)

A group of organisms ranking above a family and below a class.

orderly(antonym)

Having to do with the recording and transmission of military orders, records, etc.

clean(antonym)

Free from foreign matter or pollution; unadulterated:

organized(antonym)

Having the ability to plan and accomplish things in an orderly fashion:

tidy(antonym)

(Informal) Adequate; satisfactory:

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Synonyms of untidy in English:

untidy


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adjective

1‘Fran smoothed her untidy hair’

SYNONYMS

scruffy, tousled, dishevelled, unkempt, messy, disordered, disarranged, messed up, rumpled, bedraggled, uncombed, ungroomed, straggly, ruffled, tangled, matted, windblown, wild

frowzy, dirty, sleazy, seedy, slovenly, slatternly, sloppy

informal ratty, mussed up, slobbish, slobby

North American informal raggedy, schlumpy, raunchy

archaic draggle-tailed

2‘the place was dreadfully untidy’

SYNONYMS

disordered, messy, in a mess, disorderly, disorganized, in disorder, in confusion, confused, cluttered, in a clutter, mixed up, in a muddle, muddled, in a jumble, jumbled, in chaos, chaotic, haywire, topsy-turvy, in disarray, awry, askew, upside down, upset, disrupted, at sixes and sevens

informal higgledy-piggledy, every which way

British informal shambolic, like a dog's breakfast, like a dog's dinner


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I can't bear ugly, messy places; above all, messy, untidy places make me perfectly cross and miserable.'

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There used to be a very messy, rocky desert here, and we used to have to scrabble and scratch our way to the monument.

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There was something so messy about dish-washing, ordinary dish-washing; milk-pans were different.

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dirty

adjectivesoiled, unclean

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