Tuesday, October 7, 2014


The word "neat" is a really neat word. Okay so maybe that was a bit cliche... but I just couldn't help myself. 

Neat: Undiluted, without water or another mixer, straight, strait up. Used to describe spirits or an alcoholic beverage; "I'll take my scotch neat."

Neat: In a pleasingly orderly and clean condition, tidy.

Neat: A slang word for great, wonderful, fine. "What a neat car!"

Neat: Clever, dextrous or apt. "That's a neat idea."

Neat: The Old English definition is a domestic bovine animal such as an ox or a cow.


1 comment:

  1. That was pretty neat, Randall! I liked the photos you used for examples.



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