- informal (of music) having a strong rhythmfunky, beaty rock tracks
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Examples from the Web for beaty
Some of "Tinker" Beaty's men galloped into sight, fired, galloped on.Sergeant York And His People
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.
When the cheese was fairly out of sight, Beaty grew uneasy and skedadled up the street.
I like Mrs. S.; Miss Beaty is good-humor itself, and does not seem much besides.The Letters of Jane Austen