un•ti•dyPronunciation: (un-tī'dē), [key]
—adj., -di•er, -di•est,
—v., -died, -dy•ing.
not tidy or neat; slovenly; disordered: an untidy room; an untidy person.
not well-organized or carried out: an untidy plan.
to mess up; disorder; disarrange: The guests untidied the room.
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