un·​clut·​tered | \ ˌən-ˈklə-tərd How to pronounce uncluttered (audio) \

Definition of uncluttered

: not cluttered an uncluttered desk

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Examples of uncluttered in a Sentence

Her desk is always neat and uncluttered. I work better with an uncluttered desk.
Recent Examples on the Web This model features a brand new interface—their first such change in a decade—that is focused on being more intuitive and uncluttered. Popular Science, "Ebook readers that will save your commute," 17 Oct. 2019 My vision was to have a grid with 12 multiword phrases of 9- to 10-letter lengths, swaths of white space, and an uncluttered pattern of black squares. Caitlin Lovinger, New York Times, "Hefty Barriers to Entry," 15 May 2020 The rod holders quickly detach when not in use via large knobs, so they can be stowed and allow for a clean, uncluttered and safe boat deck during fishing. : Bob Mcnally, Field & Stream, "The Complete Guide To Spider-Rigging For Crappies," 7 May 2020 In the background was a right-sized plump couch, uncluttered book shelves and a glass coffee table with a chess set on top. John Tuohy, Indianapolis Star, "Take-aways from the Democrat 5th District congressional debate," 13 May 2020 The website has a clean, uncluttered design with adequate visuals and easy-to-follow navigation. Dallas News, "Student journalists win Dallas Morning News contest for covering tornadoes, homecoming, vaping and more," 20 Apr. 2020 But in a sprawling city where navigating traffic is a daily headache, for days the city has felt empty, its famous freeways uncluttered, with drivers able to get almost anywhere in less than a half-hour. Julie Bosman, New York Times, "New York Joins California as Millions More Americans Are Ordered to Stay Home," 20 Mar. 2020 The homeowners, a businessman and his wife, wanted an uncluttered, low-maintenance space infused with natural elements. Beth Decarbo, WSJ, "This Front Porch Beats Having a Backyard," 15 Apr. 2020 Players were permitted two dribbles before shooting at baskets attached to half-moon backboards, which prompted a style of uncluttered movement, crisp passing and ravenous scoring. Jeré Longman, New York Times, "First Woman Drafted in N.B.A. Avoids Coronavirus, but Not Its Frustrations," 1 Apr. 2020

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First Known Use of uncluttered

1886, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of uncluttered was in 1886

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22 Jun 2020

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“Uncluttered.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/uncluttered. Accessed 10 Jul. 2020.

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English Language Learners Definition of uncluttered

: not filled or covered with unnecessary things : not cluttered

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