EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLUTTERED
Huge as it was, it was cluttered with curious shaped machines and instruments.
A thousand falsehoods are cluttered around the truth to conceal it from us.
The voice came half-smothered from the cluttered bin of equipment.
Figures in clay, some broken and cracked, cluttered up its floor and walls.
There were the cluttered streets of several cities and villages.
The world was cluttered with these great lumps of incredible architecture.
But Nature is not cluttered with them; she is a perfect husbandman; she stores them all.
Time and erosion had broken chunks that now cluttered the ground.
The room was still the same, small and bare and cluttered and dirty.
The earth under the underbrush is moist and cluttered with rotting vegetation.
1550s, "to collect in heaps," variant of clotern "to form clots, to heap on" (c.1400); related to clot (n.). Sense of "to litter" is first recorded 1660s. Related: Cluttered; cluttering.