[ UK /nˈætɪli/ ]
[ US /ˈnætəɫi/ ]
  1. in a natty manner; with smartness
    it was arranged carefully and nattily
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How To Use nattily In A Sentence

  • In this scantily plotted movie, the nattily dressed American meets up with the Gallic twins at a protest in Paris at the Cinémathèque.
  • But on the left the nattily dressed Manet, with hand on his chin and one leg folded under him, sprawls on a sofa.
  • Bedawi, form a quaint contrast with the genteel, nattily dressed, and cockneyfied brooms of Egypt and the Hejaz. The Land of Midian
  • Mondo's nattily attired in a black and white newsboy outfit, double swoon. Holly Cara Price: Rubbernecking: Project Runway, Episode 9 "Race to the Finish"
  • Nattily dressed herself in a patterned suit and brandishing a white keytar, the singer wasn't wrong. Times, Sunday Times
  • it was arranged carefully and nattily
  • He was nattily dressed in a waistcoat and tails, with a boutonniere and spats on his shoes. The Dragon’s Apprentice
  • Think stripey tops, threequarter-length white peg trousers buttoned nattily above the ankle and navy blazers long and short. Times, Sunday Times
  • Always busy in the herbarium and nattily dressed in coat and bow tie, Wilbur was an enviable model of a true botanist devoted to his craft.
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