Definition of Streety

1. Adjective. (informal) Of the street, as a place of unpolished modern culture; streetwise. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Streety

1. abounding in streets [adj STREETIER, STREETIEST] - See also: streets

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Streety

streetscapes
streetseller
streetsellers
streetsful
streetside
streetsmart
streetwalk
streetwalkers
streetwalkings
streetward
streetwear
streetwise
streetworthy
streety (current term)
streight
streighten
streights
streigne
streigned
streignes
streit
strelitz
strelitzia
strelitzia family
strelitzias
strelkinite
strene
strenes

Literary usage of Streety

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1. All the Year Round: A Weekly Journal by Charles Dickens (1886)
"Suffolk streety (if she wouldn't mind his saying so), sadly Suffolk streety," drew near also. "Another example that one must not look for music and painting ..."

2. A Treatise on the Constitutional Limitations which Rest Upon the Legislative by Thomas McIntyre Cooley (1868)
"402; streety v. Wood, 15 Barb. 105; Bradley v. Heath, 12 Pick. 163. 1 This principle is recognized in all the cases referred to. See also Fairman v. ..."

3. Reports of Cases at Law and in Equity, Argued and Determined in the Supreme by Supreme Court, Alabama Supreme Court, Alabama (1846)
"The deputy marshal then put up the slave and sold him on the spot, when the brother-in-law of one streety, who was the real plaintiff, and had the control ..."

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