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straight

1. (esp of an alcoholic drink) undiluted; neat
2. (of a play, acting style, etc.) straightforward or serious
3. US sold at a fixed unit price irrespective of the quantity sold
4. Boxing (of a blow) delivered with an unbent arm
5. (of the cylinders of an internal-combustion engine) in line, rather than in a V-formation or in some other arrangement
6. a slang word for heterosexual
7. Slang not using narcotics; not addicted
8. Brit a straight part of a racetrack
9. Poker
a. five cards that are in sequence irrespective of suit
b. a hand containing such a sequence
c. (as modifier): a straight flush
10. Slang a cigarette containing only tobacco, without marijuana, etc.

What does it mean when you dream about straightness?

For a dream to somehow emphasize straightness (as in a straight road) can indicate that the dreamer intends—or needs to—get things straightened out in her or her life. Perhaps a situation or a business deal was underhanded or “crooked.”

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Another trick that works with a bucktail or a crankbait is to give twitches in the straightaway, then pop the rod forward for a jolt of speed.
He went on the wrong leg going into the first but changed straightaway.
It said the govt could straightaway withdraw the privilege giving a signal that everybody was equal .
The Royal College of Nursing has issued a list of 186 MPs who back their demand to get their rise in full, straightaway.
Yorkshire Bank's research found more than one in four (28 per cent) first-time buyers are so determined to buy sooner rather than later that they are prepared to offer above the asking price straightaway on the house they want.
A Foreign Office spokesman told The DailyTelegraph, "We reminded the palace two weeks ago about our new rules, and they responded straightaway that they were fine about it.
His disability is not recognised straightaway, but the staff are amazingly tolerant and once I explain that he is autistic, they are very understanding and genuinely interested in the condition.
She added: "The problem was sorted out straightaway.
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It is more difficult to make an impact straightaway, but I'm sure he is going to do a good job there.
So far we have not had reports of anyone losing any cash as a result of this scam, but if members of the public do have concerns that the machine they are about to use could have been tampered with, they should report it to the bank or store straightaway.
If it doesn't happen straightaway it doesn't happen straightaway but I am back in rugby for good now and hopefully I can play for another eight years.