from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not being cluttered; orderly: a neat, uncluttered room; an uncluttered mind.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not cluttered; without clutter
- v. Past participle of unclutter
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having nothing extraneous
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Simplicity is also certainly central to Raimonds Staprans 'compositions, which are still lifes set in uncluttered domestic environments, at least on the face of it.
Simple and uncluttered is the goal if you want to create this look.
Lifehacker reader Andrew Dorey has put together a combination bedroom, home office and recreational area that managed to do all three things well and still remain uncluttered.
The name "Metro" refers to the uncluttered signs seen on the public transport system in Seattle, where Microsoft is based.
And the drawings are very nice and uncluttered, which is what I prefer when reading mangas.
Béa Johnson said a neighbor called their uncluttered home "futuristic and alien-like" and, peering into closets, asked: "Where's all your stuff?"
Truffaut's rejection of current topics or fashions is not a conservative one, but the need to retain a freedom and purity of expression uncluttered by the zeitgeist.
We like to keep things small and uncluttered, which is why we really like this keyboard that looks like a Blackberry.
Children want this kind of uncluttered human environment where they can count on the right to be themselves, free of meaningless invasions of anxiety and restlessness, but most adults think growing up means to put such images of a promised land aside.
He models an "uncluttered" life that let him focus on what was truly meaningful, points out Sarkisian.