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Untidy vs. Slovenly

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Untidyadjective

Sloppy.

‘I have never seen such an untidy bedroom!’;

Slovenlyadjective

Having an untidy appearance; unkempt.

Untidyadjective

Disorganized.

‘His finances were in an untidy state when he died.’;

Slovenlyadjective

Dirty, unwashed; disorderly.

Untidyverb

(transitive) To make untidy, to make a mess

Slovenlyadjective

Careless or negligent; sloppy.

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Untidyadjective

Unseasonable; untimely.

Slovenlyadverb

In a slovenly manner.

Untidyadjective

Not tidy or neat; slovenly.

Slovenlyadjective

Having the habits of a sloven; negligent of neatness and order, especially in dress.

‘A slovenly, lazy fellow, lolling at his ease.’;

Untidyadjective

not neat and tidy;

‘careless and untidy in her personal habits’; ‘an untidy living room’; ‘untidy and casual about money’;

Slovenlyadjective

Characteristic of a sloven; lacking neatness and order; evincing negligence; as, slovenly dress.

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Untidyadjective

careless and slovenly

Slovenlyadverb

a slovenly manner.

Untidy

Untidy (foaled 1920 in New Jersey) was an American Thoroughbred filly racehorse owned by Helen Hay Whitney's Greentree Stable and trained by Jimmy Rowe Jr. and head trainer Scott Harlan.

Slovenlyadjective

negligent of neatness especially in dress and person; habitually dirty and unkempt;

‘filled the door with her frowzy bulk’; ‘frowzy white hair’; ‘slovenly appearance’;

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