[ UK /nˈæti/ ]
[ US /ˈnæti/ ]
  1. marked by up-to-dateness in dress and manners
    a jaunty red hat
    a dapper young man
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How To Use natty In A Sentence

  • We also saw our first pelagic bird, the natty Northern Gannet.
  • What's more it was delivered to subscribers wrapped in a natty waterproof jacket.
  • Mr. Hernandez's monochromatic costumes were 1950s-style, with the plain garb of the villagers contrasting with the cosmopolitan clothes of Neruda and his wife, Matilde, and Di Cosimo's natty, attention-getting white suit. When Postman and Poet Meet
  • But it's hard to shake the feeling that this is just a natty one-off rather than the future of how music will be made and marketed.
  • It's over to Buerk, the original natty dresser (ever seen his beige suit and blue shirt combo?)
  • These come with a cute peep-toe and natty crochet trim
  • He was a natty figure in a shiny suit with short lapels. Times, Sunday Times
  • When he stood up his natty blue and white striped pants hung on his bony legs as he leaned on his cane.
  • In Turkmenistan, the predominant colour is green and the look is topped off with a natty beret and biker boots. Times, Sunday Times
  • British playwright Noel Coward was natty and flamboyant, a born performer.
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