adjective, un·ti·di·er, un·ti·di·est.
verb (used with object), un·ti·died, un·ti·dy·ing.
Related formsun·ti·di·ly, adverbun·ti·di·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for untidy
There are a lot of Blackwing pencils, old emails, and untidy heaps of books on the desk.How I Write Family Edition: Emma Straub & Peter Straub|Noah Charney|August 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
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.
He succeeded thanks to his ear for dialogue, patient plotting, and what Thomson calls a "genuine feeling for untidy people."
She was a woman of about forty-five; fat, unfair (in the physical sense), and untidy.The Matador of the Five Towns and Other Stories|Arnold Bennett
Then she saw a child--an untidy, thin-faced little girl of about ten, who must have strayed in from the adjoining flat.A Diversity of Creatures|Rudyard Kipling
A soiled bonnet cap, untidy strings, or torn gloves and collar will utterly spoil the prettiest costume.The Ladies' Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness|Florence Hartley
He shook his untidy head, yet secretly pleased with his wife's remark that people don't see the obvious.The Promise of Air|Algernon Blackwood
A fortune in pelts was carelessly dragging in their untidy baggage.Strange Stories of the Great River|Abbie Johnston Grosvenor