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Date: 1700-1800
Origin: Probably from netty 'neat' (1500-1600), from net 'neat, clean' (14-19 centuries), from French; NEAT

natty

adjective
     
Related topics: Clothes and Fashion
nat‧ty informal
DC neat and fashionable in appearance:
a natty suit
He was a natty dresser.
nattily adverb

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