kluht-er-suhm > adjective - used to describe an extremely disorderly assemblage; a confused or disordered state.
Origins: Bergen County, New Jersey. Cluttersome was a mis-speak, a combination of cumbersome and cluttered. It is said that the word was accidentally created by a witty young woman (who looked no more than 25 years old), while working as a book production slave for a northern New Jersey publishing company.
Melissa had so many things to think about that her mind had become cluttersome.