adjective, nat·ti·er, nat·ti·est.
- natura non facit saltum,
- natural aids,
- natural antibody,
- natural bridge
Origin of natty
Examples from the Web for nattily
There was Akbar, a nattily dressed African-American who talks through an underbite.
And with a trendy checkered sport coat and nattily unknotted bow tie, Psy appeared the quintessential Web supernova.Psy Brings ‘Gangnam Style’ to the United Nations & Ban Ki-moon|Kevin Fallon|October 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
A bright fire was burning, and everything seemed to be arranged so carefully and nattily.The Manxman|Hall Caine
They were nattily dressed and each carried a small valise, and they were buying caps and some other things for a sea voyage.Dave Porter on Cave Island|Edward Stratemeyer
Mr. Sharpe was as nattily dressed as ever, and presented himself as pleasantly as a summer breeze across fields of clover.The Making of Bobby Burnit|George Randolph Chester
Instead they traveled beyond the nattily clad yachtsmen and rested on the slim figure of the paid hand.The Boy Aviators' Flight for a Fortune|Wilbur Lawton
These younger men were nattily though plainly attired in corduroy, with leggings and caps.Uncle Sam's Boys as Sergeants|H. Irving Hancock
adjective -tier or -tiest
Word Origin for natty
1785, "neat, smart," originally slang, perhaps an altered form of 16c. nettie "neat, natty," from Middle English net "pure, fine, elegant" (see neat). Related: Nattily.