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  • adj. comparative form of neat: more neat


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  • I would prefer to use a an adaptive extruded surface rather than adaptive workplanes partly because it is 'neater', but also because intrinsically constrained (to be rectangular, for instance).

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  • The characters are kind of neater then I expected, but don't hold a candle to the other archetypes.

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  • "Yes, ma'am," drawled the sheriff, "in them history days things was fixed up to excuse animal doin's, kind of neater and easier and more becomin 'than they are now.


  • Lots of neat stuff in this release such as neater looking games (thanks to

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  • His hair was slightly neater and more styled than usual, and in his hand was a small red jewelry box.


  • Mike was neater than Paul, though his concept of order appeared to be leaving everything out and stacking his belongings in thematic piles.

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  • But I dare say there are any number of angels in heaven today (particularly recent American arrivals) who look down upon the world and muse with a little regret on how much neater they would have done the job than the Lord, in the fine heat of His creative fury, did.

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  • “Why does your bed look so much neater than mine?”

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  • Breaking their necks is much neater than stabbing them.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • I find it even neater that there is a possibility of seeing a sequel to this film down the line.

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