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- adv. In a neat manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a neat manner; tidily; tastefully.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a neat manner; with neatness, in any sense of that word.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with neatness
Smiling and whistling, Igor handed me Aunt Peg, now reduced to a square box with her name neatly printed on top.
The pacing's solid pulp, and the title neatly fits in any noir collection.
As with the four that had preceded it, the letter was addressed to Detective Stephen Louis Carella, the name neatly typewritten on the face of the envelope.
The walls had been lined by the nuns with plain wooden shelves, and upon them were what seemed to be a thousand books, every one in a grey linen wrapper, with the title neatly written on a white label pasted on the back.
For them, the term neatly encapsulates a narrative of moral degeneration that is so broad as to effectively include any representation or discussion of sex, sexuality and relationships, whatever the context.
The label neatly evades the question of whether having the government borrow money and spend it is actually a way of getting out of a recession-a claim for which evidence is distinctly thin.
The label neatly evades the question of whether having the government borrow money and spend it is actually a way of getting out of a recession -- a claim for which evidence is distinctly thin.
They discovered what they called a "neatly concealed" bomb.
The plastic soy sauce containers may have been tossed unceremoniously against the wall, but each was marked by a label neatly printed out on a computer system in an office located just over my shoulder.
I'm not sure how you could tie that in neatly to this discussion but I think it demonstrates an example of the mindset required. tashby