Definition of Genty

1. a. Neat; trim.



Definition of Genty

1. Adjective. (Scotland dialect) neat; trim ¹

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Definition of Genty

1. neat [adj GENTIER, GENTIEST] - See also: neat

Lexicographical Neighbors of Genty

gentoo penguins
gentoos
gentrice
gentrices
gentries
gentrification
gentrifications
gentrified
gentrifier
gentrifiers
gentrifies
gentrify
gentrifying
gentry
gents
genty (current term)
genu
genu capsulae internae
genu corporis callosi
genu nervi facialis
genu of corpus callosum
genu of facial canal
genu of facial nerve
genu of internal capsule
genu recurvatum
genu valgum
genu valgums
genu varum
genua
genual

Literary usage of Genty

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Text-book on the Gas, Oil, and Air Engines by Bryan Donkin (1896)
"genty.—An air ensine of a similar type to the Bonier has been brought out by M. genty, and is made by the " Socie'te' des Moteurs ..."

2. Memoirs of the Public and Private Life of John Howard, the Philanthropist by James Baldwin Brown (1823)
"... without glare or show; the passage, with a genty table always fresh meat or fowls 20 Guineas You will favour me the first Opportunity with a Line. ..."

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