Synonyms of litter in English:

litter


See definition of litter

noun

1‘always clear up after a picnic and never drop litter’

SYNONYMS
refuse, junk, waste, debris, odds and ends, scraps, leavings, fragments, detritus, flotsam, discarded matter, dross, muck
British rubbish
North American trash, garbage

2‘she looked at the litter of glasses around her’

SYNONYMS
clutter, jumble, muddle, mess, tangle, heap, disorder, untidiness, confusion, hotchpotch, disarray, disorganization, disarrangement, turmoil
informal shambles
rare olla podrida

3‘a litter of kittens’

SYNONYMS
brood, family
young, offspring, progeny, issue
rare progeniture

4‘threshed straw had to be taken from the barns to the horses for use as litter’

SYNONYMS
animal bedding, bedding, straw, floor covering

5‘he was conveyed the rest of the way in a horse-drawn litter’

SYNONYMS
sedan chair, palanquin
stretcher, portable bed, portable couch

verb

1‘clothes and newspapers littered the floor’

SYNONYMS
make untidy, mess up, make a mess of, clutter up, throw into disorder, be strewn about, be scattered about, be jumbled, be disarranged
informal make a shambles of, trash
literary bestrew, besmirch