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beaty

adjective
  1. informal (of music) having a strong rhythmfunky, beaty rock tracks
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Historical Examples of beaty

  • Some of "Tinker" Beaty's men galloped into sight, fired, galloped on.

    Sergeant York And His People

    Sam Cowan

  • So Officer Beaty picked up the phone and called his superior.

    Warren Commission (7 of 26): Hearings Vol. VII (of 15)

    The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy

  • A dozen loafers were around the stove and among them Mr. Beaty, remarkable principally for his appetite, big feet and good nature.

    Blazing The Way

    Emily Inez Denny

  • When the cheese was fairly out of sight, Beaty grew uneasy and skedadled up the street.

    Blazing The Way

    Emily Inez Denny

  • I like Mrs. S.; Miss Beaty is good-humor itself, and does not seem much besides.