Tuesday, August 14, 2012


Cluttersome : adjective : [kluht-er-suhm]

Definition: Used to describe when a large number of objects or people are very close together.

     When I used this word today, I honestly thought it was a real word. I was genuinely surprised when I looked it up and found out that it was, in fact, not a word.  The word was born today in a car conversation where the topic was somewhere along the lines of a friend's wedding.  Since then it has been used about a hundred different times by at least seven different people.  Trust me, once you start saying it, you won't want to stop.  It's a catchy word, simple as that.

1 comment:

  1. Good word, cluttersome. I found myself using it to describe a Windows 10 toolbar -- meaning 'just too helpful' in a pointless way. It's especially appropriate to Microsoft's Help pages as if RTQ (read the question) was mostly ignored.