Adjective, : a tatty production of a Shakespearean play. ,an old house with dirty windows and tatty curtains. From Dictionary.com.
But, folks, that tattily-shrink-wrapped dvd in the bottom of the bargain bin at your local Wal-Mart is nothing less than buried treasure. From Wordnik.com. [REVISITING GENIUS: “Consequences, David…” « the balcony fool] Reference
Three years on, and the conflict has become wallpaper in the background of everyone's lives, sporadically calling attention to itself by spooling, tattily, into our eyeline, its morose countenance demanding attention and repair. From Wordnik.com. [36 months] Reference
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