How to use Cluttering in a sentence

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  • Having a multiple room monitor means that you can monitor multiple children without cluttering up a bedside table with multiple monitors.

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  • Rather than cluttering your wall with posters, a large collage might look better.

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  • Instead of cluttering your desk space, consider tacking up a photo collage on the board behind your desk.

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  • For example, if you have a walk-in closet but can't step into it, your first goal could be to deal with items cluttering the floor space.

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  • Avoid cluttering the page with colors and shapes.

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  • So, declutter your bedroom by getting rid of everything in the room you don't absolutely adore and removing some of the pictures cluttering your walls.

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  • Not necessarily, but there are some things to keep a close eye on when choosing among the hundreds of products cluttering the store shelves.

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  • Instead of cluttering up tables all year long like figurine or doll collections, Christmas ornaments are carefully packed away most of the year.

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  • It is unwise to purchase Fiore products from online auctions due to the amount of replicas cluttering the current market.

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  • Without an actual human mind to direct that flow of information, you are actually cluttering the web with useless information.

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  • All jest aside, it's easy to get carried away with animations, and there's a distinct risk of cluttering up your site with distractions and/or creating that wince-inducing late 1990s-look.

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