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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of litter.
- adj. Covered in litter
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. having articles scattered about in a disorderly fashion.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. filled or scattered with a disorderly accumulation of objects or rubbish
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My major criticism of the model would be the amount of trash generated and littered from the individual packets.
I just spent just a few minutes and found the word littered all over these websites.
35Colonial settlers, regulated by both church and state, left a wider paper trail than Khoisan and slaves, though their paths remain littered with ambiguity.
The difference is small, but I literally had hundreds of new calls littered throughout my code.
I remember very distinctly that when I first started reading caselaw, which is a hazing ritual in and of itself, that word littered everywhere was one of the things that puzzled me right out of the gate.
However, not only is your theory a less word littered laugh.
Darren Aronofsky said Bale's apparent F-word littered rant on the set of Terminator:
We have numerous of these wall labels littered throughout the galleries and in a plethora of different languages.
In a time of economic turmoil, he said, the market is "littered" with battered stocks.
The market is "littered" with decimated stocks that posted "decent" third-quarter results, Mr. Moreland wrote in a research note last week.