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English adjective: tidy

1. tidy marked by order and cleanliness in appearance or habits


SamplesA tidy person.
A tidy house.
A tidy mind.


Similarclean-cut, neat, neat, orderly, ruly, shipshape, slicked up, straight, trig, trim, trim, uncluttered, unlittered, well-kept


See alsoclean, fastidious, groomed


Antonymsuntidy

2. tidy (of hair) neat and tidy


SamplesA nicely kempt beard.


Synonymskempt


Similargroomed


Antonymsungroomed

3. tidy large in amount or extent or degree


SamplesIt cost a considerable amount.
A goodly amount.
Received a hefty bonus.
A respectable sum.
A tidy sum of money.
A sizable fortune.


Synonymsgoodish, goodly, healthy, hefty, respectable, sizable, sizeable


Similarconsiderable


Antonymsinconsiderable


English noun: tidy

1. tidy (artifact) receptacle that holds odds and ends (as sewing materials)


Broader (hypernym)receptacle


English verb: tidy

1. tidy (change) put (things or places) in order


SamplesTidy up your room!.


Synonymsclean up, neaten, square away, straighten, straighten out, tidy up


Pattern of useSomebody ----s something


Broader (hypernym)order


Narrower (hyponym)clean, clean house, houseclean, make, make up









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