Tidy

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Definition

tidy: neat, orderly, clean, organized
adjective
Icarus likes to keep his office tidy. He makes sure everything is put back in the correct place after he's used it.

to tidy up: to put things in order, to put things in their place, to clean
verb
I'm going to tidy up the house today. There are things everywhere so I'm going to arrange everything in its proper place.

Pronunciation examples
UK: A tidy house means a tidy mind.
US: I hate tidying up my bedroom.

Examples

  • "Bob probably needs to tidy up a bit, Horatio should do his best to stay sober for a few days and Luna may want to extinguish a few of her candles."
  • "Your space is tidy, well-organized, and architecturally stimulating, much like yourself."
  • "tidying up after your spoiled daughter;"
  • "I am very clean and tidy and respectful of others' space and privacy."

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