Antonyms for littering

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


As the day went on, I often sat with them up to my shoulders, and littering all the patio.

The flowers on the box caught at branches and twigs, falling, littering the route.

On the other hand, animals sometimes suffer in littering, and even die of it.

He had a grand time, revelling with pen and pad and littering the floor with inked sheets unnumbered and still wet.

Writing tools and desk he had already collected; there were plenty of these littering the building in every corner.

The starboard wing, parting from the lifeboat, had gashed a tree trunk, littering the ground with branches.

The object of littering the floors of duck houses is not to afford them exercise, but to provide them with dry bedding.

In another moment it was littering the ground in four pieces, and the door had banged behind the indignant draftsman.

It lifted swiftly, and I saw that the whole side of the structure had fallen, littering the road with its fragments.

I will take, for instance, the people sent off to gather leaves for littering the cattle sheds.