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neat

(of alcoholic drinks) without added water, lemonade, etc.; undiluted

neat

Descriptive of plaster or cement mixed without the addition of any material except water. See neat cement.
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His accomplice, the wearer of the neat boots, had come to wait for him on the edge of the lake with the bicycle.
From his pocket-book he took a piece of white paper as I had seen him do before, and with his scissors, cut out the shape of the neat bootmarks that were on the ground.
She was a plump, black-eyed little woman, neat as a pin, but with a rather tired and care-worn face that looked as if it should have been rosy and jolly.
You've got a neat figure yourself, Sarah--a--nice springtime figure--why do you look out the window so sadly?
It was a room, not unacquainted with the black ladder under various tenants; but as neat, at present, as such a room could be.
Another memorable encounter occurred a week later when NEAT buzzed the Beehive Cluster in Cancer.
Now that your room is so amazingly neat, do your best to keep it that way.
Of the evaluations of secondary teachers with more than one year of formal teaching experience, results suggest that secondary students (grades 6-12) with identified LD are perceived as having more frequent grammatical errors in their writing samples, less coherent paragraph organization and thorough development, and less developed fine motor skills as measured by the degree to which their writing is considered neat and legible.
The four women had the lowest NEAT response and gained the most weight.
Those with the greatest increase in NEAT gained less fat than those with less increase," says Levine.
Both Lillian Vernon's Kitchen and Neat Ideas for Organized Living will continue as stand alone catalogs during the Neat Ideas test run, according to Hochberg.
pursues a "realism of the future" and so does not take its surrealism neat, unlike much avant-garde work which is easily confused with it.