Synonyms of neat in English:

neat


See definition of neat

adjective

1‘the bedroom was neat and scrupulously clean’

SYNONYMS
tidy, neat and tidy, as neat as a new pin, orderly, well ordered, in order, in good order, well kept, shipshape, shipshape and Bristol fashion, in apple-pie order, immaculate, spick and span, uncluttered, straight, trim, spruce
archaic tricksy
ANTONYMS

disorderly, untidy

2‘he's very neat’

SYNONYMS
smart, spruce, dapper, trim, well groomed, well turned out, besuited
organized, well organized, tidy, methodical
fastidious
informal natty
dated as if one had just stepped out of a bandbox
archaic trig
ANTONYMS

shabby

3‘her neat, italic script’

SYNONYMS
well formed, regular, precise, crisp, clean-cut, elegant, well proportioned, simple, unadorned, unornamented

4‘this neat little gadget’

SYNONYMS
compact, well designed, well made, handy, easy to use
British informal dinky

5‘his neat footwork’

SYNONYMS
skilful, deft, dexterous, adroit, adept, expert, practised, accurate, precise, nimble, agile, graceful, stylish
informal nifty
ANTONYMS

clumsy

6‘a neat solution to the problem’

SYNONYMS
clever, ingenious, inventive, resourceful, good, apt, efficient
slick
informal genius

7‘a small glass of neat gin’

SYNONYMS
undiluted, straight, unmixed, unadulterated, unblended, pure, uncut
North American informal straight up

8‘we had a really neat time’

SYNONYMS
excellent, very good, superb, outstanding, magnificent, of high quality, of the highest quality, of the highest standard, exceptional, marvellous, wonderful, sublime, perfect, eminent, pre-eminent, matchless, peerless, supreme, first-rate, first-class, superior, superlative, splendid, admirable, worthy, sterling, fine
informal super, A1, ace, great, terrific, tremendous, fantastic, fab, supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, top-notch, tip-top, class, awesome, magic, wicked, cool, out of this world, too good to be true, mind-blowing
British informal brilliant, brill, smashing, champion, bosting
North American informal badass
US informal awesomesauce, on fleek
Australian informal beaut, bonzer
British informal, dated spiffing, ripping, topping, top-hole, wizard, capital
North American informal, dated swell
Australian, New Zealand informal, dated bosker
vulgar slang shit hot
rare applaudable
ANTONYMS

poor, inferior