untidily


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un·ti·dy

 (ŭn-tī′dē)
adj. un·ti·di·er, un·ti·di·est
1. Not neat and tidy; sloppy.
2. Disorderly and unorganized: untidy financial affairs.

un·ti′di·ly adv.
un·ti′di·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.untidily - in a messy, untidy manneruntidily - in a messy, untidy manner; "Rossi spat very deliberately, and very messily, upon Durieux's party card"
Translations

untidily

[ʌnˈtaɪdɪlɪ] ADV [piled, stacked] → sin orden, de manera desordenada; [dressed] → de forma desaliñada
the boxes were piled untidily around the roomlas cajas estaban amontonadas sin orden or de manera desordenada por la habitación

untidily

advunordentlich

untidily

[ʌnˈtaɪdɪlɪ] adv to dress untidilynon aver cura nel vestirsi
to write/work untidily → scrivere/lavorare in modo disordinato
References in classic literature ?
His clothes, ill-made and shabby, were put on untidily. His hair was as black and as long as ever, and he had plainly never learned to brush it; it fell over his forehead with every gesture, and he had a quick movement of the hand with which he pushed it back from his eyes.
A huge, loose-jointed man was standing there, unshaven, untidily dressed, and with the look in his eyes of a man who has been drinking heavily.
When Marilla came up for the light various skimpy articles of raiment scattered most untidily over the floor and a certain tempestuous appearance of the bed were the only indications of any presence save her own.
She went into her bedroom and began to throw things untidily into her trunk.
On reaching the bedroom, we heard the voice of Miss Scatcherd: she was examining drawers; she had just pulled out Helen Burns's, and when we entered Helen was greeted with a sharp reprimand, and told that to-morrow she should have half-a-dozen of untidily folded articles pinned to her shoulder.
She kept as far behind Denham as she could, and walked stiffly after him into a room blazing with unshaded lights, which fell upon a number of people, of different ages, sitting round a large dining-room table untidily strewn with food, and unflinchingly lit up by incandescent gas.
It was a strangely subdued start to the game as the visitors' physical approach clashed untidily with the Reds' possession game.
In future, the party will be seen working untidily against the challenges," Tanwar told ANI.
Ruskin's lectures and notes gathered untidily together as 'The Storm-Cloud of the Nineteenth Century' (1884) explained his view that the polluted atmospheres of Europe were reminders of human irresponsibility as well as material indications of God's displeasure.
Gardening slightly more untidily will provide food and shelter for our creature friends.
That came in the on-loan offspinner's first over, which had just beforehand yielded the wicket of overseas Ajinkya Rahane for 31, untidily stumped by Tattersall as the Indian danced down the track trying to hit over the top (80 for three in the 34th over).
The former senior staff member of the fast food restaurant, who wished to remain anonymous, shared the (https://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/news/plymouth-news/kfc-whistleblower-leaks-pictures-inside-2704291?_ga=2.250940225.610932967.1554093713-23876100.1552365881) photos with Plymouth Live, which showed company-manufactured bags of flour and shelves covered in rodent feces, boxes of vegetable oil covered in white dust that looked like flour, and appliances and utensils untidily dumped one on top of the other.