This video shows just how untidy one room became in a matter of seconds, with a fallen stuffed animal and shelf art on the floor.
There are a lot of Blackwing pencils, old emails, and untidy heaps of books on the desk.
He succeeded thanks to his ear for dialogue, patient plotting, and what Thomson calls a "genuine feeling for untidy people."
Meanwhile Mrs. Burton descended to the parlor, more flushed, untidy and angry than one had ever before seen her.
She was a fastidious woman, and a beard seemed to her untidy.
Granny would not allow her to come into the room looking so untidy, and oh!
Forgive this untidy note, as it is rather an effort to write.
Half the time I can't discover what; but she just smiles at me and says, "Nature's so untidy," or, "The men need looking after."
It made his wicket look as untidy as any wicket I have ever seen.
And then they let the room get so untidy; just look at that stack of books for reviewing, and that chaos of papers in the corner.
early 13c., "untimely, unseasonable, unsuitable," from un- (1) "not" + tidy (adj.). Cf. West Frisian ontidich, Middle Dutch ontidich, Dutch ontijdig, Old High German unzitich, German unzeitig, Norwegian utidig "untimely, unseasonable, unfavorable." Meaning "poorly cared for, not neat" is recorded from mid-14c.