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 natty
When I met him, on the eve of the first debate, he was dressed in a natty gray suit and was the picture of serenity.Behind the Scenes With a ‘Site Agent’: The Secret Service’s Hardest Job|Marc Ambinder|October 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
One almost expects him to start addressing voters as "hon" or announce that his favorite beer is Natty Boh.
One of those men was Jake Ferguson—a drugged-out ex-criminal with natty dreadlocks and a pentagram tattooed on his forehead.
“Come, you are getting on so fast with the canoe, that we shall not have the spars ready if we do not set to work,” said Natty.In the Wilds of Africa|W.H.G. Kingston
"Well, it was a skeary thing to the young creatur's," said Natty, while he retrod the path toward the plain.The Pioneers|James Fenimore Cooper
By the way, when I dashed off your man put somebody else's umbrella in with me, instead of my own, which is a natty specimen.
His hands were gloved, and in one of them he carried a natty umbrella, using it as a cane.Against Odds|Lawrence L. Lynch
With his faultless derby, his spotless suit of sea-green and his natty tie, he carried it off well.The Galloping Ghost|Roy J. Snell
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.