clutter up

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Verb[edit]

clutter up (third-person singular simple present clutters up, present participle cluttering up, simple past and past participle cluttered up)

  1. To fill with rubbish or with needless articles.
    Why do you clutter up your mind with such useless knowledge?
    The hotel lobby was cluttered up with furniture.