Top Definition
To eliminate extraneous things or information, as in "It's time to declutter your life." This can apply to cleaning up a room or location, but can also apply to cleaning up computer files or removing unnecessary information from your brain or even a specific discussion. It is often used in a loose way to refer to eliminating unnecessary stressors from your life/situation, like someone talking about decluttering their life by breaking up with a significant other. It can also be spelled with a hyphen: de-clutter (decluttered, decluttering).
We need to declutter our basement before we buy anything else.
We are decluttering our basement.
I really need to break up with Joey and declutter my life.
It's time to declutter your hard drive.
by wordcritic2 May 15, 2015

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