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Definition of "neatness" []

  • Clean, tidy, and orderly (adjective)
  • Liking or insisting on order and cleanliness; fastidious (adjective)
  • Smoothly or competently done; efficient (adjective)
  • Pat or slick (adjective)
  • (of alcoholic drinks) without added water, lemonade, etc; undiluted (adjective)
  • Good; pleasing; admirable (adjective)
  • The state of being neat. (noun)

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Use "neatness" in a sentence
  • "* Make your entry way a priority in neatness and cleanliness."
  • "Sponsored by publisher Little, Brown and Co., the competition promoted "A Perfect Mess: The Hidden Benefits of Disorder," by Eric Abrahamson and David Freedman, a new book that argues neatness is overrated, costs money, wastes time and quashes creativity."
  • "It’s not that extreme, to be honest, although the neatness is somewhat scary."