v. कूड़े से ढांपना, कूड़े कर्कट से गंदा करना, बच्चा देना
His fingers were straying about among the litter of tin tubes and dry brushes, seeking for something.
We threw litter on the ground.
We throw litter on the ground.
We don’t throw litter on the ground.
The archbishop withdrew, followed by his attendants. One after another the litters of the great folk disappeared in the windings of the neighboring streets.
The one just getting out of his litter and going to greet that lady—the one coming along after those four pages who are carrying torches?
And stirred by a feeling akin both to pity and disgust, he went into the lodge behind the Jew, looking now at his bald head, now at his ankles. As the doctor went in, Nikita jumped up from his heap of litter and stood at attention.
As my eyes adjusted to the dim I saw dirty dishes, apple cores and soup cans littering almost every conceivable surface.
Chiao Tai was roused from his confused thoughts by the litter being set down with a thud.
He scrambled around picking up the dirty clothes and junk mail that littered the place.
1. disorder: clutter, confusion, mess, untidiness, jumble
2. rubbish: trash, garbage, refuse, waste, debris, fragments
3. brood: offspring, family
4. stretcher: vehicle
5. strew: scatter, derange, clutter, disarrange, disorder, mess up, defile