[ UK /nˈiːtli/ ]
[ US /ˈnitɫi/ ]
  1. with neatness
    she put the slippers under the bed neatly
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How To Use neatly In A Sentence

  • A typical nest thus pointed out by an over-obliging bird was saddled neatly on a horizontal limb of a balm tree at the height of about 30 feet from the ground and the ever-present lake.
  • a neatly faced terrace
  • Marya shook her head, her neatly bobbed dark hair brushing against high cheekbones.
  • Manzo noticed the neatly trimmed goatee and mustache combination that framed Rossiter's facial features and the chiseled jaw of a man who was in peak physical condition.
  • It was indeed, the dirty brown hair was neatly combed and the coat was new and clean, he was smiling fit to burst as he entertained giggling ladies and laughing lords.
  • To neatly convey the choice of sizes in the case of such items as drawer pulls, the entire range might be lined up on the page in descending order.
  • It is typically French in plan: formal and neatly patterned, with rows of trees and gravel paths.
  • Subtitling is managed both neatly and completely, except in the concerted passages.
  • I don't usually watch this soap but on Monday the characters very neatly recapped the last two years of their lives and allowed me to enjoy the high drama without having invested anything at all.
  • He unscrewed handlebars and wheels etc. and fitted the two trikes neatly in the boot.
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