adjective, tat·ti·er, tat·ti·est.
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OTHER WORDS FROM tattytat·ti·ly, adverbtat·ti·ness, noun
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Definition for tatty (2 of 2)
noun, plural tat·ties.
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Example sentences from the Web for tatty
Amidst the detritus of old amplifiers, beaten up electric guitars and drum kits was a tatty white plastic bag.
Titty and Tatty are among the many rhyming compounds of which the meaning is no longer clear.Comparative Studies in Nursery Rhymes|Lina Eckenstein
"Titty Mouse and Tatty Mouse" also ends in a universal calamity which seems to arise from a cause of no great importance.English Fairy Tales|Anonymous
Titty Mouse gleaned an ear of corn, and Tatty Mouse gleaned an ear of corn.
But when Titty went to put hers in, the pot tumbled over, and scalded her to death, and Tatty sat down and wept.
Titty Mouse went a-gleaning, and Tatty Mouse went a-gleaning.