adjective, art·i·er, art·i·est. Informal.
Definition for arty (2 of 3)
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Examples from the Web for arty
Cosmopolis is too arty and abstract, even by Cronenberg standards, to become a commercial success.‘Cosmopolis’ Suggests ‘Twilight’ Star Robert Pattinson Can Act|Geoff Berkshire|August 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Once she became a “pro”, however, she abandoned her arty ways and stuck to a more documentary style.
Off with your knapsack, Arty; Jenny, bring your pots and pans.The Kangaroo Hunters|Anne Bowman
They came as young as you, Arty, and as weak as you, but no one ever made them do wrong.St. Winifred's|Frederic W. Farrar
He was only a baby; and she had left him to run about with Arty and Catty as if he were a big boy.The Judgment of Eve|May Sinclair
But, while perusing these two books, we have had an 'umble and an 'arty laugh in the depths of our 'umiliation.
He linked his arm in Arty Kane's and the two walked along the Strand, discussing the permutations of human feeling.The Intrusions of Peggy|Anthony Hope