Synonyms of tidy in English:

tidy


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adjective

1‘a tidy room’

SYNONYMS
neat, neat and tidy, as neat as a new pin, orderly, well ordered, in order, in good order, well kept, shipshape, shipshape and Bristol fashion, in apple-pie order, immaculate, spick and span, uncluttered, organized, well organized, well arranged, sorted out, straight, straightened out, trim, spruce
archaic tricksy
ANTONYMS

untidy, messy

2‘he's a very tidy person’

SYNONYMS
smart, spruce, dapper, trim, neat, well groomed, well turned out
organized, well organized, methodical, systematic, efficient, meticulous
fastidious
informal natty
dated as if one had just stepped out of a bandbox
archaic trig
ANTONYMS

scruffy, disorganized

3‘a tidy sum’

SYNONYMS
large, sizeable, considerable, substantial, significant, appreciable, handsome, generous, ample, respectable, largish, biggish, fair, decent, decent-sized, healthy
Scottish, Northern English bonny
informal not to be sneezed at, serious
archaic goodly
ANTONYMS

small, tiny


verb

1‘I'd better tidy up the living room’

SYNONYMS
put in order, clear up, sort out, put to rights, straighten, straighten out, make shipshape, clean, clean up, spruce up
informal dejunk

2‘she wanted to tidy herself up before her appointment’

SYNONYMS
groom oneself, spruce oneself up, freshen oneself up, preen oneself, primp oneself, prink oneself, pretty oneself, beautify oneself
informal titivate oneself, doll oneself up
British informal tart oneself up
archaic plume oneself, trig oneself