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  • adjective superlative form of natty: most natty.


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  • LondonThere aren't many clubs that secure you a quid off the door fee if you're wearing glasses, but Proud's new nerd-fest Geek Out! will willingly let you in cheap if you rock up sporting your nattiest frames.

    Clubs picks of the week Patric Baird 2010

  • Entertainment Weekly's Tom Sinclair wrote, "Media mavens, from the tackiest tabloid reporter to the nattiest network news anchor, are in overdrive scrambling to fill column inches and airtime with Jacko scoops and talking heads."

    Charles Thomson: One of the Most Shameful Episodes In Journalistic History Charles Thomson 2010

  • Today, we're using an especially spiffed-up Sparkly Paddle of Birthday Wonderfulness on jlassen, because nothing less will do for the world's nattiest dresser!

    Spanking Again! jlassen 2009

  • Biden is brilliant and the nattiest dresser in the Senate.

    Poll: Obama's National Lead Shrinks; McCain Leads On Russia 2009

  • Wakefield, the nattiest lad at Whitson Tryste, Wooler Fair, Carlisle

    Chronicles of the Canongate 2008

  • On a level of pure friendship, Reggie Manuel, who was the nattiest dresser, and Maeve O'Regan, who brought me a love of books.

    Bono On Bono Assayas, Michka 2005

  • When new, and the stitches of yellow cane regular and bright, the canoe represents about the neatest and nattiest of the few constructive efforts of the blacks, and is as buoyant as a duck.

    The Confessions of a Beachcomber 2003

  • Spencer, caparisoned for high seas by Fifth Avenue's highest haberdasher, stood off in a little cove of bags and baggage, yachting-cap well down over his eyes, the nattiest thing in nautical ulsters buttoned to the chin.

    Humoresque A Laugh on Life with a Tear Behind It Fannie Hurst 1928

  • He was just returning to sit by his chum when the nattiest, sprucest - looking soldier imaginable, wearing the olive-drab fatigue uniform of the Army and overcoat to match, stepped into the room.

    Dick Prescott's First Year at West Point 1895

  • He waited; and when she came down, a few minutes later, crisply boyish in the nattiest of yachting costumes, he wondered how she could appear in so many different characters, fitting each in succession and contriving always to make the latest transformation, while it lasted, the one in which she figured as the most enticingly adorable.

    The Price Francis Lynde 1893


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