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Straight vs. Cisgender

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Wikipedia
  • Straight (adjective)

    Not crooked or bent; having a constant direction throughout its length. from 14thc.

  • Straight (adjective)

    Of a path, trajectory, etc.: direct, undeviating. from 15thc.

  • Straight (adjective)

    Perfectly horizontal or vertical; not diagonal or oblique. from 17thc.

  • Straight (adjective)

    Stretched out; fully extended. 15th-16thc.

  • Straight (adjective)

    Strait; narrow.

  • Straight (adjective)

    Free from dishonesty; honest, law-abiding. from 16th c.

  • Straight (adjective)

    Direct in communication; unevasive, straightforward. from 19thc.

  • Straight (adjective)

    In a row, in unbroken sequence; consecutive. from 19thc.

    "After four straight wins, Mudchester United are top of the league."

  • Straight (adjective)

    In proper order; as it should be. from 19thc.

  • Straight (adjective)

    Of spirits: undiluted, unmixed; neat. from 19thc.

  • Straight (adjective)

    Describing the bat as held so as not to incline to either side; on, or near a line running between the two wickets. from 19thc.

  • Straight (adjective)

    Describing the sets in a match of which the winner did not lose a single set. from 19thc.

  • Straight (adjective)

    Making no exceptions or deviations in one's support of the organization and candidates of a political party.

    "a straight Republican;"

    "a straight Democrat"

  • Straight (adjective)

    Containing the names of all the regularly nominated candidates of a party and no others.

    "a straight ballot"

  • Straight (adjective)

    Conventional, mainstream, socially acceptable. from 20thc.

  • Straight (adjective)

    Not plus size; thin.

    "the shirts only come in straight sizes, not in plus sizes; shopping at a straight-sized store"

  • Straight (adjective)

    Not using alcohol, drugs, etc. from 20thc.

  • Straight (adjective)

    Heterosexual.

  • Straight (adjective)

    concerning the property allowing the parallel-transport of vectors along a course that keeps tangent vectors remain tangent vectors throughout that course a course which is straight, a straight curve, is a geodesic

  • Straight (adverb)

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

    "The door will be straight ahead of you."

    "Go straight back."

  • Straight (adverb)

    Directly; without pause, delay or detour.

    "On arriving at work, he went straight to his office."

  • Straight (adverb)

    Continuously; without interruption or pause.

    "He claims he can hold his breath for three minutes straight."

  • Straight (noun)

    Something that is not crooked or bent such as a part of a road or track.

  • Straight (noun)

    Five cards in sequence.

  • Straight (noun)

    A heterosexual.

    "My friends call straights "heteros"."

  • Straight (noun)

    A normal person; someone in mainstream society.

  • Straight (noun)

    A straighter. from 20th c.

  • Straight (verb)

    To straighten.

  • Cisgender (adjective)

    Having a identity) which matches the sex one was assigned at birth; or, pertaining to such people. from 20th c.

  • Cisgender (noun)

    A cisgender person.

Wiktionary
  • Straight (adjective)

    extending or moving uniformly in one direction only; without a curve or bend

    "a long, straight road"

  • Straight (adjective)

    (of hair) not curly or wavy.

  • Straight (adjective)

    (of a garment) not flared or fitted closely to the body

    "a straight skirt"

  • Straight (adjective)

    (of an aim, blow, or course) going direct to the intended target

    "a straight punch to the face"

  • Straight (adjective)

    (of a line) lying on the shortest path between any two of its points.

  • Straight (adjective)

    (of an arch) flat-topped.

  • Straight (adjective)

    properly positioned so as to be level, upright, or symmetrical

    "he made sure his tie was straight"

  • Straight (adjective)

    in proper order or condition

    "it'll take a long time to get the place straight"

  • Straight (adjective)

    not evasive; honest

    "thank you for being straight with me"

    "a straight answer"

  • Straight (adjective)

    simple; straightforward

    "a straight choice between nuclear power and penury"

  • Straight (adjective)

    (of a look) bold and steady

    "he gave her a straight, no-nonsense look"

  • Straight (adjective)

    (of thinking) clear, logical, and unemotional.

  • Straight (adjective)

    in continuous succession

    "he scored his fourth straight win"

  • Straight (adjective)

    (of an alcoholic drink) undiluted; neat

    "straight brandy"

  • Straight (adjective)

    (especially of drama) serious as opposed to comic or musical

    "a straight play"

  • Straight (adjective)

    (of a person) conventional or respectable

    "she looked pretty straight in her school clothes"

  • Straight (adjective)

    heterosexual.

  • Straight (adverb)

    in a straight line; directly

    "keep straight on"

    "he was gazing straight at her"

  • Straight (adverb)

    with no delay or diversion; directly or immediately

    "I fell into bed and went straight to sleep"

    "after dinner we went straight back to our hotel"

  • Straight (adverb)

    at once; immediately

    "I'll fetch up the bath to you straight"

  • Straight (adverb)

    in or into a level, even, or upright position

    "sit up straight!"

    "he pulled his clothes straight"

  • Straight (adverb)

    correctly; clearly

    "I'm so tired I can hardly think straight"

  • Straight (adverb)

    honestly and directly; in a straightforward manner

    "I told her straight—the kid's right"

  • Straight (adverb)

    without a break; continuously

    "he remembered working sixteen hours straight"

  • Straight (noun)

    a part of something that is not curved or bent, especially a straight section of a racecourse

    "he pulled away in the straight to win by half a second"

  • Straight (noun)

    a form or position that is not curved or bent

    "the rod flew back to the straight"

  • Straight (noun)

    (in poker) a continuous sequence of five cards.

  • Straight (noun)

    a conventional person.

  • Straight (noun)

    a heterosexual person.

  • Straight (noun)

    (in township slang) a 750 ml bottle of alcoholic drink.

  • Cisgender (adjective)

    denoting or relating to a person whose sense of personal identity and gender corresponds with their birth sex.

    "this new-found attention to the plight of black trans folks by primarily cisgender allies is timely and necessary"

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