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ti•dy



Pronunciation: (tī'dē), [key]
adj., -di•er, -di•est,
v., -died, -dy•ing,
n., pl. -dies.


adj.
1. neat, orderly, or trim, as in appearance or dress: a tidy room; a tidy person.
2. clearly organized and systematic: a tidy mind; a tidy way of working.
3. tolerably good; acceptable: They worked out a tidy arrangement agreeable to all.
4. fairly large; considerable: a tidy sum.

v.t., v.i.
to make tidy or neat (often fol. by up).

n.
1. any of various articles for keeping things tidy, as a box having small drawers and compartments.
2. an antimacassar.

Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.

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