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Clutter may refer to any of the following:

Excessive physical disorder[edit]

  • Clutter (organizing), a confusing or disorderly state or collection, and possible symptom of compulsive hoarding
  • Clutter (marketing), numerous advertisements, announcements and promotions in media and radio, unrelated to the main presentation
  • Clutter (radar), unwanted echoes in electronic systems
  • Clutterers Anonymous, a twelve-step program for people who share a common problem with accumulation of clutter
  • Visual clutter, or visual pollution


  • Cluttering, a speech and communication disorder when speech becomes broken or sounds nervous