litter (something) around

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litter (something) around

To throw things on the ground in an untidy manner. My roommate is always littering his clothes around the house. It drives me crazy! You really shouldn't litter your trash around like that.
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Often, after the weekly garbage collection, some of it is left behind, which then litters around the street, especially in windy days, with no one seemingly responsible for disposing of it.
MARK WALLIS has boosted his newly-launched racing club with the acquisition of a member of one of the most exciting litters around just now, writes Jonathan Kay.
It was the 13th open win for this son of Night Trooper and Hollinwood Major, who belongs to one of the most successful open-race litters around. All told, six of the February 1999 siblings have won a total of 56 opens, which, besides the Stewards' Cup, includes the titles secured by Hollinwood Chief (Blue Riband, Racing Post Festival British-bred Stakes) and Hollinwood Wiz (Hall Green Winter Trophy).