Thesaurus / tidy up
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What a comfort, too, to be without housemaids to tidy up your papers in the smoking-room and shut your windows in the evening!

A Cotswold VillageJ. Arthur Gibbs

"Now we will go downstairs and tidy up, and then come and sit up here and enjoy ourselves," said Hilda.

The Lost HeirG. A. Henty

And take a tool or two, sir; and go early and tidy up the garden a bit.

Mass' GeorgeGeorge Manville Fenn

It was Madame Raquin who had to arrange the rooms and tidy up the shop.

Therese RaquinEmile Zola

She set to work in a very housewifely way to tidy up the house, Edna helping all she could.

The housekeeper will take charge of you, if you want to tidy up, and you must excuse our ramshackle ways, please.

HuntingtowerJohn Buchan

I wish some hapless specimen of mankind would begin To tidy up the world for me, by picking up this pin.

Why can't we face the situation now when we are trying to tidy up our social life.

Women's Wild OatsC. Gasquoine Hartley

There are usually plenty of Amelias to put on kettles and scold Helps and tidy up the universe.

Dimbie and I--and AmeliaMabel Barnes-Grundy

And the servant on one side and the two artists on the other, began to tidy up the room hastily.

Woman TriumphantVicente Blasco Ibaez

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