Meaning of uncluttered in English:


Pronunciation /ʌnˈklʌtəd/

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  • Not having or impeded by too many objects, details, or elements.

    ‘the rooms were plain and uncluttered’
    • ‘Redding's clean, uncluttered bass lines provided the backbone to Hendrix's improvisations.’
    • ‘The bottom profile is still highly detailed and the screen uncluttered.’
    • ‘The stage is clear and uncluttered, lined with a set of big black doors and decorated only with light bulbs swinging from the ceiling.’
    • ‘We shouldn't be surprised, as the trend has been moving towards simple, uncluttered living, which is the essence of oriental style.’
    • ‘But for a straightforward, uncluttered and simple night's feeding, you can't go wrong.’
    • ‘Isn't it wonderful how children possess a clarity of mind and an imagination uncluttered by the baggage adulthood brings?’
    • ‘The food, when it appears, is simple and uncluttered.’
    • ‘Ms. Talyarkhan's creations are noted for their classic, uncluttered silhouettes that flatter the wearer.’
    • ‘Man on Fire is, at its heart, a delightfully simple and uncluttered story, and Scott's editing choices are not in keeping with the rest of the film.’
    • ‘Overall, the WaPo is uncluttered and clean, at least the top half is, but Le Monde appears dense and heavy throughout.’
    • ‘It was better than fabric painting because it helped retain the flow of the garment, giving a simple uncluttered holistic look.’
    • ‘Simple and uncluttered, yet colourful and inventive - and that's just the packaging!’
    • ‘It's clean, uncluttered, elegant and not too difficult for a layman either.’
    • ‘Secondly, it provides a simple, uncluttered presentation of a particular interpretation.’
    • ‘I wear the free polythene gloves provided, and make sure that there is a straight and uncluttered escape route from where I am standing back to the loft hatch.’
    • ‘The interior was mesmerising, bright and uncluttered.’
    • ‘It was all about a snappy, slick, uncluttered lifestyle.’
    • ‘One of her rooms (otherwise a bedroom) was a largely uncluttered area.’
    • ‘The uncluttered arrangements make a perfect fit with Haggard's direct and soulful singing - an object lesson all round.’
    • ‘In contrast to the uncluttered iciness of many newer places, it is cosy, relaxing and, well, romantic, with oil lamps on each table.’
    plain, unadorned, undecorated, unembellished, unornamented, without ornament, without ornamentation, unelaborate, unpretentious, unostentatious, unfussy, no-nonsense, basic, modest, unsophisticated, penny plain, without frills, honest, homely, homespun, everyday, workaday