adjective, straight·er, straight·est.
- traditional; conventional.
- free from using narcotics.
- not engaged in crime; law-abiding; reformed.
- a heterosexual.
- a person who follows traditional or conventional mores.
- a person who is free from narcotics.
Words nearby straight
Idioms for straight
Origin of straight
OTHER WORDS FROM straight
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH straightstraight strait
Examples from the Web for straightest
When I did it, a number of others joined me, since I was sort of the straightest guy in a fairly wild group.Roger Corman: My Nine Most Memorable Films, From ‘The Trip’ to ‘Battle Beyond the Stars’|Roger Corman|December 16, 2011|DAILY BEAST
An anxious, longing desire hurried my steps down the straightest path.Peter Schlemihl|Adelbert von Chamisso
Plainest words, straightest measures, befitted the present state of things.Mount Royal, Volume 3 of 3|Mary Elizabeth Braddon
Jack as a little fellow was the straightest lad I ever knew.Mrs. Darrell|Foxcroft Davis
British Dictionary definitions for straightest
- five cards that are in sequence irrespective of suit
- a hand containing such a sequence
- (as modifier)a straight flush
Derived forms of straightstraightly, adverbstraightness, noun
Word Origin for straight
Idioms and Phrases with straightest
In addition to the idioms beginning with straight
- straight and narrow, the
- straight as an arrow
- straighten out
- straighten up
- straight face
- straight from the horse's mouth
- straight from the shoulder
- straight goods
- straight off
- straight out
- straight talk
- straight ticket
- straight up
- (straight) from the horse's mouth
- get something straight
- give it to (someone straight)
- go straight
- keep a straight face
- right (straight) out
- set straight
- shoot straight