The room is tidy, with the slogan “Liberté, Egalité, Fraternité” hanging on the wall.
Where once sat a mess of computers in the passenger's seat now stands a tidy motherboard no larger than an iPad.
Dean was born in 1965, into the middle class in the tidy British county of Kent.
And so one of the least-wanted stock positions in American history has been unwound at a tidy profit.
It took firefighters three hours to control the blaze, which covered this tidy city in a pall of black smoke.
We inspected a farm in Mayo where the family and the cow lived in the same room, but it was kept remarkably clean and tidy.
Simcox says the thing he chiefly wanted to do was to tidy up.
I wore my aunt's gown and handkerchief, and my hair was at least tidy, which was all my ambition.
It would have been so comfortable to have a tidy sum to put by for his old age!
I believe you can attract trade here if you will have things nice, and bright, and tidy.
mid-13c., probably originally "in season, timely, opportune, excellent," from tide in the sense of "season, time" (see tide). Cf. Old High German zitig, German zeitig, Dutch tijdig, Danish tidig "timely." Meaning "neat and in order" first recorded 1706.
"to make neat, set in order," 1821, from tidy (adj.). Related: Tidied; tidying.