waste material thrown away , especially bits of paper scattered untidily in a public place
state of untidiness
all the young born to an animal at one time
make untidy with odds and ends;scatter litter
"Cigar butts littered the ground"
He was carried out on a golden litter.
出自： R. Macaulay
A covered litter, borne by four slaves, its occupant quite invisible.
出自： A. Mason
A litter was improvised, and throwing their coats over the body, the party carried it back.
出自： F. Norris
First to be unloaded..were the litter casessseriously wounded and dying.
Firewood and shavings lay littered about the floors.
出自： F. A. Kemble
The table was littered with bottles of the very best wine.
出自： W. Gerhardie
A piece of waste ground littered with tins and rubbish.
出自： V. S. Pritchett
The entire south Cornish coast is littered with wrecks.
出自： C. Francis
I would not like anyone to imagine we litter the texts of our dictionaries with typesetting codes.
His desk was littered with papers.