Of a direction relative to the subject, precisely; as if following a direct line. (adverb)
Of movement or travel, directly; without pause, delay or detour. (adverb)
Continuously; without interruption or pause. (adverb)
A part of a racecourse, running track or other road etc that is not curved. (noun)
A heterosexual. (noun)
In poker, five cards in sequence. (noun)
To straighten. (verb)
Examples of word straight
"Go?" she cried, with a defiance that was blood-curdling in one so small and hitherto so silent, "I will first go to that young gentleman who speaks my language and I will tell him all, and then, with his assistance, I will go straight -- but _straight_, do you hear?"
"Better have lied straight out," more than one hard old man said to him, but Ted Hardy could not lie _straight out_, and so he staid out and waited around disconsolately for Daisy, whom fortune sometimes favored and sometimes deserted.
I would like to point out one additional usage, the term straight edge.
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