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  • adv. In an untidy manner.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. in a messy, untidy manner


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  • * The pro-choice faction also sees the number as untidily high, but seeks to reduce it only by eliminating the need *

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  • Archie Bunker's "All in the Family" was revolutionary for what the show confronted, however untidily, in the aftermath of Vietnam and Watergate.

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  • He had shiny brown hair that hung around his head untidily, and dark eyes, but he did not look Spanish.

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  • He chews tobacco constancy, and untidily, for his gray beard and mustache are stained yellow.

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  • Carve the bird in the tin, as untidily as you like, then take the tray to the table so people can help themselves.

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  • She still had her head scarf on; it was wet and bedraggled and there were a number of damp curls hanging untidily round her face, which no longer showed any signs of makeup.

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  • Behind them stood a desk covered untidily by maps and flight manuals.

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  • He flung his arms out with a startled cry as his feet went out from under him and he rolled untidily down the last few feet of the path, fetching up in a clump of cow parsley.

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  • Parlabane's eyes strayed to the papers strewn untidily about the man's desk.

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  • What the morning brought, just as the household emerged from Mass, was a dust-stained rider on a lathered horse, cantering wearily in from the street and sliding stiffly and untidily to a clattering stop on the cobbles of the court.

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