Another word for neat
neat 1tidy trim shipshape spick-and-spanSearch Thesaurus
These adjectives mean clean and in good order. Neat is the most general: a neat room; neat hair. Tidy emphasizes precise arrangement and order: “When she saw me come in tidy and well dressed, she even smiled” (Charlotte Brontë). Trim stresses especially smart appearance: “A trim little sailboat was dancing out at her moorings” (Herman Melville). Shipshape evokes meticulous order: “We'll try to make this barn a little more shipshape” (Rudyard Kipling). Spick-and-span suggests the immaculate freshness of something new: “young men in spick-and-span uniforms” (Edith Wharton).
Another word for neatadjective
In good order or clean condition:orderly, shipshape, snug, spick-and-span, spruce, taut, tidy, trig, trim, well-groomed. (Chiefly British) tight. Idiom: neat as a pin. See clean, order
Well done or executed:adroit, clean, deft, skillful. See ability, good
Not diluted or mixed with other substances:full-strength, plain, pure, straight, unblended, undiluted, unmixed. See clean, strong
Particularly excellent:divine, fabulous, fantastic, fantastical, glorious, marvelous, sensational, splendid, superb, terrific, wonderful. (Informal) dandy, dreamy, great, ripping, super, swell, tremendous. (Slang) cool, groovy, hot, keen1, nifty. Idiom: out of this world. See good