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Definition of "nete" [nete]

  • A Middle English form of neat. (noun)
  • A Middle English form of neat.
  • In ancient Greek music, the upper tone of the disjunct tetrachord: so called because it was the last or uppermost tone of the earlier and simpler systems. Its pitch is supposed to have been about equivalent to the modern E next above middle C. See tetrachord. (noun)

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Use "nete" in a sentence
  • "July 31, 2009 at 8:05 am hey, cheezfrens: heer iz nete linkee tu raynestorm bii clahppen peeps:"
  • "October 8, 2009 at 4:30 am dere iz eh nete Smifsoniun desine/krafz muesem…dey haz teh neetuss stawf!"
  • "But it may be ridiculous to describe the first, middle, and last by their place; since we see hypate highest in the harp, lowest in the pipe; and wheresoever you place the mese in the harp, provided it is tunable, it sounds more acute than hypate, and more grave than nete."