Neat Definition

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1. "Make the punishment fit the crime." How neat and tidy it sounded. 1
2. "Oh, those new apartments are really neat," the girl babbled on. 1
3. "She thinks he's pretty cute and pretty neat, " Dan Falkner said. 1
4. "That's not like Alf," he said, "leaving papers muddled like that. He'salways so neat." 1
5. "The pills were found wrapped neatly in a plastic bag and hidden in his sweat pants. They were specially made with several layers, " one police officer said. 1
6. A cooker that will fit neatly into your modern fitted kitchen. 1
7. A cropped and fitted jacket nips in to show off a neat waist and looks trim with a long line skirt. 1
8. A fan of neat, clean house while stuff piling like hell when losing you. 1
9. A few miles inland from the Sea of Cortez in Mexico, amid cracked earth and mesquite and sun - bleached cactus, neat rows of emerald plants are sprouting from the desert floor. 1
10. A few odd days of film work slotted neatly round that weekend, leaving her no ready excuse apart from cowardice. 1
11. A few people were about, returning from church or walking home with a newspaper or a neatly wrapped pastry. 1
12. A fleet of elevators stood neatly in a row inside the swing doors. 1
13. A friend of mine recently stitched himself up neatly. 1
14. A large tear trickled down her nose, but she fielded it neatly before Susan saw. 1
15. A little later, neatly dressed in tweed suit and cashmere jersey she climbed the stairs to Phoebe's flat. 1
16. A long, rather stark couch held neat piles of clean kandoras and white head scarves which were laid there daily. 1
17. A lot of people to explore the jointless bridge, I tell you, truly seamless bridge is no bridge, when the card after, use of nail length card a stack of cards on top of it, and neat poker. 1
18. A man with neat, moisturised hands is a huge turn-on for a woman, making her want to hold it or even kiss it. 1
19. A neat example of a sinusoidal oscillator is the Wien bridge oscillator shown in figure 10.13. 1
20. A neat illustration of the fact that gullibility seems to be a disease of other people was provided by Martin Gardner, a great American debunker of pseudoscience, who died this year. 1
21. A neat lawn surrounded by rows of shrubbery hugged the base of the red-brick building. 1
22. A neat little chip by Putt was pursued by Kieran Campbell, and the winger just won the race for the touchdown. 1
23. A neat marketing ploy, and a good way of interesting children in aviation. 1
24. A neat move between Black and Keane left Nigel Clough in the clear, but his shot skimmed wide of the far post. 1
25. A neat solution of the quadrature problem can be achieved with the spiral of Archimedes. 1
26. A neat step-over by Rocastle sent Thomas hurtling in on goal but Rhodes moved sharply off his line to smother the shot. 1
27. A neat stone arch and a flight of steps were built at the entrance and these have survived. 1
28. A neat touch is the central laminate of the maple necks. 1
29. A neatly folded handkerchief was sticking out of his jacket pocket. 1
30. A rather neat option allows you to design your own fiendish puzzle. 1




neater (comparative adjective) · neatest (superlative adjective)

  - (of a place or thing) arranged in an orderly, tidy way.

  - done with or demonstrating skill or efficiency.

  - (of liquid, especially liquor) not diluted or mixed with anything else.


neats (plural noun)

  - a bovine animal.


  - non-exercise activity thermogenesis (the energy dissipated as heat by a person during minor physical activity, such as fidgeting or shivering, that does not involve a large expenditure of energy and is not perceived as exercise).


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