- of, relating to, or covered with litter; untidy.
Origin of littery
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Examples from the Web for littery
I know them littery chaps, and, beleave me, I'd rather be a footman.
I'm a bit older than you are, and p'r'aps I can give you a wrinkle or two, even about littery matters, though you mayn't think it.The Giant's Robe
But the vices of the company went against the two littery men, and everybody excep them was for having up poor me.
The absence of all littery coverings and dust, and the daily gatherings, secure them in what we may term perfect condition.Mushroom Culture
You see it sort of riled me—I warn't used to the ways of littery swells.Mark Twain's Speeches
Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)