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Synonyms for neaten

tidy up


Synonyms for neaten

to make or keep (an area) clean and orderly

to make neat and trim; make presentable

Synonyms for neaten

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PRUNING PRUNE back deciduous shrubs and trees to neaten up the rest of the borders, and to protect these plants from wind and heavy frost damage.
Chang said her effort to neaten her house before the celebrations is an expression of patriotism.
Now that the hawthorn hedges have just about finished flowering, they are due for their first trim of the year to neaten them up.
The call to conversion is not cosmetic; we can't just neaten up our lives and fluff a few moral pillows to make things presentable for company when the company in question is Jesus.
DO edge up the grass and neaten the edges - using a half moon rather than a spade.
If chocolate strip splays out instead of curling, neaten it up with your fingers.
8 Give it a trim Neaten up the edges of your lawn - which are often missed by the lawnmower - with scissors or secateurs.
The gallery teamed up with NEATEN, the North East Artist Teacher Educator Network, to take part in the Big Draw festival last year, and came up with winning plans based on the theme of "hands".
Place an almond at the end of each Place an almond at the end of each finger and trim away excess pastry around the edge to neaten.
Carefully neaten the pastry rim, trimming off the excess pastry.
Popping in for a 'tidy-up' can neaten up an outgrown hairstyle which involves thinning out, trimming the neck area/sideburns and is offered as a complementary service to our clients to ensure you look smart, even though you may be desperate for your next haircut!
But I will say that watching the set person working on the stage during the intermission (usually they neaten up the stage; in this case, the woman had to clean up the middle of the bananas, to make sure things were not too slippery, no doubt, then make it even messier, to show these three men locked in the room for five days, interrupted only by new deliveries of bananas and peanuts).