Untidy sentence example

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  • The princess was as untidy as her father was tidy.

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  • The thieves left a very untidy mess behind them.

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  • Ultimately, it will look like an untidy cinnamon roll.

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  • The finished structure appears loosely woven, rather untidy in general appearance and often without any obvious entrance (see below).

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  • Two sickly ghouls, in the form of downstairs hippie neighbors disrupt Art and Guff's already somewhat untidy lives.

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  • Landlords can deduct money from your deposit for professional cleaning if you have left the property dirty or untidy.

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  • She lay in an untidy heap, her head under the table, and her figure sprawling.

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  • These can present an untidy impression adding to the general " clutter " of the street scene.

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  • The scenario is a garage workshop where Wally, the rather untidy mechanic, is attempting to assemble cars.

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  • Always active I thought them a little untidy, unusual for this very good couple.

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  • I looked untidy, I thought the coat seemed to be miles too big.

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  • However, some regulation is required to prevent the site from appearing too untidy.

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  • Children simply being children in this environment can seem untidy.

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  • The grass in the verge is getting untidy As landlord, South Essex Homes will cut the grass outside council housing properties.

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  • His face was pale, he had sunken cheeks; his scant beard was untidy.

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  • The big change arrives on matchday itself, which is where CM5 crumpled in an untidy heap on the turf.

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  • There are even some birds with double crests, which have a very untidy appearance.

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  • Once inside the property they have made an untidy search of the ground floor.

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  • Two sickly ghouls, in the form of downstairs hippie neighbors disrupt Art and Guff 's already somewhat untidy lives.

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  • Ultimately, both parties rub their necks along the ground then consummate the relationship in a most untidy fashion.

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  • It's a mundane, but vital thing, because if we leave the room untidy, we might well lose our venue.

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  • Jack now claims to divide his time between fast living and slow horses, neat vodka and untidy pubs.

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  • In the home - Tying untidy computer/hi-fi cables, refuse sacks.

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  • It 's a mundane, but vital thing, because if we leave the room untidy, we might well lose our venue.

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  • His writing has become untidy and he always seems to get an ink smudge up the side of his hand.

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  • One leg was patched up with an untidy bandage kept in position by a wrinkled stocking.

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  • Thus rooms, houses, offices, etc, all tend to become untidy.

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  • Philosophical zombies are not like the undead, and slightly untidy, creatures of the horror movies.

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  • At present it is an untidy, poverty-stricken village of about 1000 inhabitants, mostly of Albanian blood.

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  • Meanwhile charred and rotting stumps give a melancholy and untidy air to valleys and denuded hillsides, for hard-wood stumps - and most New Zealand trees are hard-woodtake more than a generation to decay utterly.

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  • When built in the neighbourhood of towns the nest is somewhat slovenly and untidy, being often composed of bits of dirty straw, pieces of paper and blackened moss; in one instance, near Glasgow, the author of the Birds of the West of Scotland found several postage-stamps thus employed.

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  • In the immediate right foreground is a tall man in black clothes with untidy blond hair.

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  • She always thought my stereo was making the room untidy.

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