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Shipshape - What does it mean?

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Natty vs Shipshape - What's the difference?

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Natty is a related term of shipshape.


As adjectives the difference between natty and shipshape

is that natty is (informal) smart and fashionable while shipshape is meticulously neat and tidy.

Spruce vs Shipshape - What's the difference?

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Spruce is a related term of shipshape.


As a noun spruce

is (obsolete) prussia.

As an adjective shipshape is

meticulously neat and tidy.

Smart vs Shipshape - What's the difference?

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Smart is a related term of shipshape.


As a proper noun smart

is .

As an adjective shipshape is

meticulously neat and tidy.

Dapper vs Shipshape - What's the difference?

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Dapper is a related term of shipshape.


As adjectives the difference between dapper and shipshape

is that dapper is neat, trim while shipshape is meticulously neat and tidy.

Shipshape vs Well-kept - What's the difference?

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Shipshape is a related term of well-kept.


As adjectives the difference between shipshape and well-kept

is that shipshape is meticulously neat and tidy while well-kept is neat, tidy.

Shipshape vs Clean - What's the difference?

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Shipshape is a related term of clean.


As adjectives the difference between shipshape and clean

is that shipshape is meticulously neat and tidy while clean is free of dirt or impurities or protruberances .

As a noun clean is

removal of dirt.

As a verb clean is

to remove dirt from a place or object.

As an adverb clean is

fully and completely.

Straight vs Shipshape - What's the difference?

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Straight is a related term of shipshape.


As adjectives the difference between straight and shipshape

is that straight is not crooked or bent; having a constant direction throughout its length while shipshape is meticulously neat and tidy.

As an adverb straight

is of a direction relative to the subject, precisely; as if following a direct line.

As a noun straight

is something that is not crooked or bent.

As a verb straight

is to straighten.

Shipshape vs Organised - What's the difference?

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Shipshape is a related term of organised.


As adjectives the difference between shipshape and organised

is that shipshape is meticulously neat and tidy while organised is .

As a verb organised is

(organise).

Shipshape vs Uncluttered - What's the difference?

shipshape | uncluttered | Related terms |

Shipshape is a related term of uncluttered.


As adjectives the difference between shipshape and uncluttered

is that shipshape is meticulously neat and tidy while uncluttered is not cluttered; without clutter.

As a verb uncluttered is

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