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Tidy

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Noun

1. tidy

receptacle that holds odds and ends (as sewing materials)

Verb

2. clean up, neaten, square away, straighten, straighten out, tidy, tidy up

put (things or places) in order

Example Sentences:
'Tidy up your room!'

Adjective

3. tidy

marked by order and cleanliness in appearance or habits

Example Sentences:
'a tidy person'
'a tidy house'
'a tidy mind'

4. kempt, tidy

(of hair) neat and tidy

Example Sentences:
'a nicely kempt beard'

5. goodish, goodly, healthy, hefty, respectable, sizable, sizeable, tidy

large in amount or extent or degree

Example Sentences:
'it cost a considerable amount'
'a goodly amount'
'received a hefty bonus'
'a respectable sum'
'a tidy sum of money'
'a sizable fortune'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Tidy

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adjective -dier or -diest
1. 
characterized by or indicating neatness and order
2. informal
considerable
a tidy sum of money
3.  bang tidy
verb -dies, -dying or -died
4. (when intr, usually foll by up)
to put (things) in order; neaten
noun plural -dies
5. 
a. 
a small container in which odds and ends are kept
b.  sink tidy
6. mainly US and Canadian
an ornamental protective covering for the back or arms of a chair

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Tidy

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adjectiveWord forms: ˈtidier or ˈtidiest
1. 
neat in personal appearance, ways, etc.; orderly
2. 
neat in arrangement; in order; trim
3.  Informal
a. 
fairly good; satisfactory
b. 
rather large; considerable
a tidy sum of money
verb transitive, verb intransitiveWord forms: ˈtidied or ˈtidying
4. 
to make (things) tidy
often with up
nounWord forms: plural ˈtidies
5. 
antimacassar
6. 
a small container for odds and ends

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Tidy

see synonyms of tidy
adj. ti·di·er, ti·di·est
1.
a. Orderly and clean in appearance: keeps the apartment tidy.
b. Given to keeping things clean and in order: a tidy housekeeper.
2. Informal Adequate; satisfactory: a tidy arrangement.
3. Informal Substantial; considerable: a tidy sum.
v. ti·died, ti·dy·ing, ti·dies
v.tr.
To clean or put in order: tidied up the house.
v.intr.
To make things clean or orderly: tidied up after dinner.
n. pl. ti·dies
A decorative protective covering for the arms or headrest of a chair.

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