: very good: such as
: very attractive or appealing
- Jon Gnagy was an artist—you could tell this by the nifty goatee he wore …
- —Andy Meisler
: very pleasant or enjoyable
- … this barrier isle off North Carolina's southernmost coast still provides a nifty getaway.
- —Spike Gillespie
- The Smithereens consistently present nifty, driving songs, quite involved by pop standards.
- —David Hiltbrand
: very interesting or clever : ingenious
- The museum's gift shop is well-stocked, complete with a nifty machine that, for $1, will crush a fresh penny into a copper medal bearing the likeness of T. Rex.
- —Carl Wayne Arrington
- Some investors are catching on to a nifty tax-saving trick allowable by Roth IRA rules.
- —Karen Hube
- A fan leaned out of the stands and made a nifty grab of the ricochet, and received a nice round of applause.
- —George Vecsay
Harrison is an upwardly mobile … young man with a wife, son and a niftily restored house in San Francisco.
—John J. O'Connor