A bedroom with lots of clutter.
- The definition of clutter is a lot of disorganized stuff in one place.
A pile of clothes mixed with toys, photos and books is an example of clutter.
- Clutter is defined as to make things disorganized.
Dumping everything brought home after a trip out in a pile is an example of to clutter.
- a number of things scattered in disorder; jumble
Origin of cluttervar. of clatterDial. clatter
- the interference on a radarscope caused by hills, buildings, etc.
Origin of cluttervariant, variety of clotter from clot
- A confused or disordered state or collection; a jumble: sorted through the clutter in the attic.
- A confused noise; a clatter.
verbclut·tered, clut·ter·ing, clut·ters
- To fill or spread over in a disorderly manner: Boxes cluttered the garage.
- To make disorderly or hard to use by filling or covering with objects: I cluttered up my desk with old memos.
- To run or move with bustle and confusion.
- To make a clatter.
Origin of clutterProbably from Middle English cloteren to clot from clot lump from Old English clott
(third-person singular simple present clutters, present participle cluttering, simple past and past participle cluttered)
- To fill something with clutter.
- To make a confused noise; to bustle.
Compare Welsh cludair (“heap, pile”), cludeirio (“to heap”).
clutter - Computer Definition
A secondary inbox in Microsoft Outlook where less relevant mail is placed. After analyzing the content, the message is placed into the Clutter box if it is deemed non-essential to the user. Mail going into Clutter is not considered spam, which would otherwise be filtered into the Junk mailbox. Clutter functions similarly to the multiple inboxes in Gmail (see Gmail tabs). See spam filter.