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neat

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

Descriptive of plaster or cement mixed without the addition of any material except water. See neat cement.
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References in classic literature ?
In those days conversation was still cultivated as an art; a neat repartee was more highly valued than the crackling of thorns under a pot; and the epigram, not yet a mechanical appliance by which the dull may achieve a semblance of wit, gave sprightliness to the small talk of the urbane.
"The parlor is tiny and neat. Its one window is so shaded by a huge willow that the room has a grotto-like effect of emerald gloom.
"Monsieur Fred, these neat footprints seem to have been made since the discovery of the crime."
I prompted our medical orator with a neat speech from behind the curtain; and I never heard such applause, from such a comparatively small audience, before in my life.