receptacle that holds odds and ends (as sewing materials)
frowsy, higgledy-piggledy, disorderly, scraggly, unkempt, topsy-turvy, jumbled, sluttish, rambling, straggly, untidy, sloppy, slovenly, slouchy, straggling, frowzled, mussy, frowzy, dishevelled, blowzy, inconsiderable, littered, rumpled, sprawling, slatternly, blowsy, ungroomed, tousled, cluttered, hugger-mugger, disheveled, messy
marked by order and cleanliness in appearance or habits
"a tidy person"; "a tidy house"; "a tidy mind"
unkempt, slouchy, littered, straggling, frowzy, sluttish, straggly, cluttered, untidy, disorderly, slovenly, topsy-turvy, tousled, mussy, rambling, messy, dishevelled, frowsy, hugger-mugger, blowzy, rumpled, disheveled, slatternly, jumbled, ungroomed, blowsy, sprawling, frowzled, scraggly, higgledy-piggledy, sloppy, inconsiderable
(of hair) neat and tidy
"a nicely kempt beard"
frowsy, straggling, slouchy, littered, disheveled, messy, inconsiderable, rumpled, unkempt, cluttered, hugger-mugger, topsy-turvy, blowsy, frowzled, disorderly, rambling, jumbled, ungroomed, untidy, higgledy-piggledy, frowzy, tousled, slovenly, straggly, mussy, dishevelled, sluttish, sprawling, scraggly, sloppy, slatternly, blowzy
goodly, goodish, healthy, hefty, respectable, sizable, sizeable, tidy(verb)
large in amount or extent or degree
"it cost a considerable amount"; "a goodly amount"; "received a hefty bonus"; "a respectable sum"; "a tidy sum of money"; "a sizable fortune"
levelheaded, good, brawny, powerful, honorable, sizable, sound, kempt, sizeable, hefty, healthy, salubrious, respectable, sinewy, ample, intelligent, estimable, goodly, goodish, level-headed, muscular, good for you(p)
slovenly, dishevelled, hugger-mugger, rambling, sprawling, slatternly, messy, topsy-turvy, higgledy-piggledy, frowzy, straggling, straggly, inconsiderable, sluttish, sloppy, blowsy, rumpled, disheveled, ungroomed, jumbled, slouchy, unkempt, frowzled, littered, tousled, untidy, frowsy, blowzy, mussy, scraggly, cluttered, disorderly
tidy, tidy up, clean up, neaten, straighten, straighten out, square away(verb)
put (things or places) in order
"Tidy up your room!"
shed light on, put right, disentangle, enlighten, unbend, crystalize, see the light, crystalise, elucidate, tidy up, crystallize, iron out, groom, square away, clear, straighten, reform, crystallise, straighten out, roll out, sort out, illuminate, unsnarl, neaten, clean up, clear up
scraggly, slatternly, straggly, disheveled, ungroomed, rambling, frowzy, blowzy, untidy, dishevelled, messy, straggling, slovenly, hugger-mugger, blowsy, inconsiderable, sprawling, mussy, sluttish, frowzled, frowsy, littered, jumbled, tousled, sloppy, higgledy-piggledy, unkempt, topsy-turvy, disorderly, rumpled, cluttered, slouchy
English Synonyms and Antonyms
That which is clean is simply free from soil or defilement of any kind. Things are orderly when in due relation to other things; a room or desk is orderly when every article is in place; a person is orderly who habitually keeps things so. Tidy denotes that which conforms to propriety in general; an unlaced shoe may be perfectly clean, but is not tidy. Neat refers to that which is clean and tidy with nothing superfluous, conspicuous, or showy, as when we speak of plain but neat attire; the same idea of freedom from the superfluous appears in the phrases "a neat speech," "a neat turn," "a neat reply," etc. A clean cut has no ragged edges; a neat stroke just does what is intended. Nice is stronger than neat, implying value and beauty; a cheap, coarse dress may be perfectly neat, but would not be termed nice. Spruce is applied to the show and affectation of neatness with a touch of smartness, and is always a term of mild contempt; as, a spruce serving man. Trim denotes a certain shapely and elegant firmness, often with suppleness and grace; as, a trim suit; a trim figure. Prim applies to a precise, formal, affected nicety. Dapper is spruce with the suggestion of smallness and slightness; natty, a diminutive of neat, suggests minute elegance, with a tendency toward the exquisite; as, a dapper little fellow in a natty business suit.
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How to use tidy in a sentence?
It would have been a bloody big job to move. And until the UK government started attacking the likes of HSBC, they didn't have any desire to move, the tax concessions are a good thing. What Gulliver needs to do now is tidy up the bank.
People find rule-following to be comforting because they know exactly what to do, and not a lot of decisions have to be made, if people are perhaps stressed out or somewhat exhausted from their normal everyday lives, looking at a hyper-tidy environment, a hyper-organized environment could give that sense of calm or release because it sort of suggests that all you have to do is follow the rules, and everything will be okay.
It would have been a bloody big job to move. And until the UK government started attacking the likes of HSBC, they (HSBC) didn't have any desire to move, the tax concessions are a good thing. What Gulliver needs to do now is tidy up the bank.
...to emphasize the afterlife is to deny life. To concentrate on Heaven is to create hell. In their desperate longing to transcend the disorderliness, friction, and unpredictability that pesters life; in their desire for a fresh start in a tidy habitat, germ-free and secured by angels, religious multitudes are gambling the only life they may ever have on a dark horse in a race that has no finish line."
One of the most wonderful things about knowing God is that there’s always so much more to know, so much more to discover. Just when we least expect it, He intrudes into our neat and tidy notions about who He is and how He works.
Translations for tidy
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- أنيق - مرتبArabic
- endreçatCatalan, Valencian
- tacluso, taclusWelsh
- sauber, ordentlichGerman
- مرتب کردن, پاکیزهPersian
- cunbhalachScottish Gaelic
- پاک و تهمیزKurdish
- bene serveturLatin
- net, proper, rein, ordelijkDutch
- arrumado, limpo, ordenadoPortuguese
- опря́тный, приводить в порядок, убирать, аккура́тный, чи́стый, наводить чистотуRussian
- זויבער, ציכטיקYiddish
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