1. A confused or disordered state or collection; a jumble: Un-opened mail and other paper became clutter on the kitchen table.
2. A confused noise; a clatter.
verb: clut•tered, clut•ter•ing, clut•ters
1. To fill or spread over in a disorderly manner: Boxes filled with all kinds of stuff cluttered the living room.
2. To make disorderly or hard to use by filling or covering with objects: She had been cluttering up her dresser with various makeup and perfumes.
verb: or•gan•ize, or•gan•ized, or•gan•iz•ing, or•gan•iz•es
1. To put together into an orderly, functional, structured whole.
a. To arrange in a coherent form; systematize: Organize the coat closets before buying new coats and jackets.
b. To arrange in a desired pattern or structure: A family has hired a professional who specializes in organizing. Implement a good organizing system.
2. To arrange systematically for harmonious or united action: organize a garage / attic / basement.
Origin: 1550–60; variant of clotter (now obsolete), equivalent to clot + -er6
o•ver•clut•ter, verb (used with object)
un•clut•ter, verb (used with object)
de-clutter, verb (used with object)
Synonyms 5. mess, disorder, jumble.
Borrowed from Dictionary.com; edited by Clutter Clearer Coach