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Noun
Rubbish left lying in an open or public place
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“Anyone caught dropping litter could face a fine under the new Environment Protection Act.”
Noun
A number of young animals born to an animal at one time
“Females produce one litter a year, numbering from one to six kittens and averaging four or five.”
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An untidy collection of things lying about
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“We rose the next morning to a litter of downed branches and crooked trunks.”
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Straw or other plant matter used as bedding for animals
“In either case, the amount of used litter accumulated over a year's time is quite surprising.”
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A structure used to transport people, containing a bed or seat enclosed by curtains and carried on men's shoulders or by animals
“The Colonel winced as the porters jolted the litter.”
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Protective covering
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Carrying bed
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An enclosed windowed chair suitable for a single occupant, carried by at least two porters, in equal numbers in front and behind, using wooden rails that passed through metal brackets on the sides of the chair
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A part or quantity that is left after the greater part has been used, removed, or destroyed
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A large number or crowd of people
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The presence in or introduction into the environment of a substance which has harmful or poisonous effects
Verb
To scatter, or be scattered, in a messy way
“It would greatly influence cleanliness in the city if every resident understood that it is forbidden to litter the streets with fruit peels and plastic wrappers.”
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To distribute objects or pieces of something over an area, especially in a random manner
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Be all over the place
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To make less organized
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To tarnish with something undesirable
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To emphasize, stress, or indicate the importance of
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Adjective
Comparative for irradiated by much light
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Comparative for under the influence of alcohol
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“His wife was definitely lit after her night out with the girls from the office.”
Adjective
Comparative for being on fire, or with flames emanating from it
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Adjective
Comparative for very good
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