Thesaurus / tidiness


Shaving items may no longer be de rigueur in every guy’s daily bag of grooming tricks, but even those aiming for hirsute as a fashion statement could use an electric shaver to keep things tidy.
If you have a smaller living area, keep things relatively tidy, dust and sweep often, or vacuum regularly, you might be able to survive on a smaller bin.
One of the highlights is a Ron Meick lithograph that addresses 2020’s street protests by overlaying rough patterns and freehand scrawls on the tidy grid of a century-old Chicago map.
On my last day in Salinas, I met a grower named Mark Mason just off Highway 101, which cuts the valley in two, and followed him to a nine-acre block of celery featuring a tidy tower of meteorological equipment in the center.
The cherry on top is that after you run them through the wash, they’re easy to fold and they look neat and tidy in your cabinets.
Low on cash, JaMarcus moved his family from their tidy apartment to his childhood home, with rotting floors, no heat and holes in the windows.
Everyone, however, may have trouble keeping things tidy on approach if things are soggy.
How to make a no-stress, showstopping Thanksgiving gravyThe number of drumsticks makes for a tidy four servings, but it is a generous amount of food.
Electric-vehicle makers can take in a tidy profit selling their emissions credits to rivals whose fleet consists mainly of gas-guzzling, carbon-spewing automobiles.
Suddenly, my tidy university office was replaced by half of a couch, my “work schedule” transformed into little more than a hypothetical idea.


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