de·clut·ter | \(ˈ)dē-ˈklə-tər \
decluttered; decluttering; declutters

Definition of declutter 

: to remove clutter from a room, an area, etc. Got more time? Declutter your closets.— Nicole Beland, Cosmopolitan, November 1999 March 6 is Organize Your Home Office Day—so don't forget to declutter while you're spring cleaning.This Old House, March 2012

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First Known Use of declutter

1950, in the meaning defined above

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