Stretched; drawn out.Without bend or deviation, like a string tightly stretched; not crooked or curved; right; in geometry, lying, as a line, evenly between its points.Without interruption or break; direct.Direct; authoritative; sure; reliable: as, a straight tip.Upright; marked by adherence to truth and fairness; fair; honorable: as, a man straight in all his dealings.Proceeding or acting with directness; keeping true to the course.Free from disorder or irregularity; in order: as, his accounts are not quite straight.Unqualified; unreserved; out-and-out: as, a straight Democrat (that is, one who supports the entire platform and policy of his party).Unmixed; undiluted; neat.East and west; along an east and west line: used of the position of the body in Christian burial.In poker, consisting of a sequence; forming a straight: as, a straight hand; a straight flush.n. The condition of being straight, or free from curvature or crookedness of any kind: as, to be out of the straight.n. A straight part or direction: as, the straight of a piece of timber.n. In poker, a sequence of cards, generally five in number, or a hand containing such a sequence.In a straight line; without swerving or deviating from the direct course; directly.At once; immediately; directly; straightway.To make straight; straighten.n. An obsolete spelling of strait.n. In geometry, a straight line.n. In trap-shooting, a perfect score.