shipshape

[ UK /ʃˈɪpʃe‍ɪp/ ]
[ US /ˈʃɪpˌʃeɪp/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. of places; characterized by order and neatness; free from disorder
    a trim little sailboat
    even the barn was shipshape
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How To Use shipshape In A Sentence

  • even the barn was shipshape
  • One of our top contenders was a former military guy who vowed to get us in shipshape.
  • Reseda of floor appropriate laid, the ceramic tile of buff or white, such designs the first easy clean, the 2nd shipshape , the 3rd so harmonious colour, can make kitchen more show unified, harmony.
  • Though it was all perfectly shipshape, it was pretty clear he hadn't slept there for some time. POLITICAL SUICIDE
  • They had to rush to get everything shipshape before the official opening.
  • The wreck for the first time becomes somewhat shipshape at this point, with deck fittings, derricks and winches clearly identifiable.
  • And when it broke, he would work around the clock to mend it, so everything was shipshape for one's weekend diving.
  • I just like things to be shipshape ,' I protested pleasantly. RESCUING ROSE
  • As he chivies his friends along to get everything shipshape, it all comes together. The Sun
  • He would have it shipshape in a few days. Meanwhile, he'd patch it up a bit. THE BLACK OPAL
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