Words and phrases that have a meaning related to litter:   (185 results)

Often used in the same context:
trash, garbage, rubbish, litterbug, poop, droppings, litterbox, poo, recycling, bins, roadsides, recyclables, curbside, waste, excrement, faeces, debris, graffiti, litter lout, weeds, cigarette butt, eyesores, filth, ragwort, trash pickup, compost heap, nuisances, clutter, flowerbeds, recycling bin, detritus, composting, potato peelings, carcasses, seagulls, litterer, vermin, harborage, kennelling, tidy up, kittens, skunks, whelping, pavements, panhandling, roadkill, redd, defecation, excreta, cleanups, landfill, mulch, loitering, raccoons, compost pile, fecal matter, pets, puppies, birdseed, feces, windrows, unsightliness, sweepings, possums, blight, strays, truancy, plastic bag, beautification, ashtrays, receptacles, gulls, dumpster, mosquitos, dog, scavenging, pollution, treeing, dandelions, chicken manure, pups, drunks, polythene, potholes, corella, vagrancy, silt, overgrowth, dung, footpaths, frass, cuds, foxtails, toter, scotch broom, chippings, loiterers, bluebottles, larvicide, cats, coyotes, gutters, litters, sack, grain, mortar, bed, diaper, pack, wad, cargo, crop, glove, paddy, pallet, pile, sledge, stable, timber, batch, blanket, bunch, sediment, plant, brood, cohort, droplet, implant, larger, microbial, sludge, standard, box, canopy, compartment, defect, herbivore, lock, parasite, pen, reservoir, results

More specific:
calve, covered couch, cub, farrow, fawn, have young, palanquin, pig, planakeen, pup, sedan, sedan chair, stretcher, whelp

Appears in the definition of:
covered couch, dust devil, farrow, farrowing, manure, palankeen, palanquin, sedan, sedan chair, stretcher, surface fire

More general:
animal group, be, bear, birth, birthe, conveyance, deliver, give birth, have, matter, rubbish, straw, strew, substance, transport, trash

bedding, bedding material

Also try:
— Nouns for litter: mates, mate, fall, system, size, campaign, box, quality, feeding, more...

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See litter used in context: 77 rhymes, 7 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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