well-groomed

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ADJECTIVE
  1. having tasteful clothing and being scrupulously neat
  2. having your hair neatly brushed and combed
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How To Use well-groomed In A Sentence

  • His wings were well-groomed, colored the same deep, brick-red, and it appeared that he had taken the time to dip the end of each feather in a tiny daub of gold paint.
  • There were well-groomed sales negotiators talking purposefully on the phones trying hard to pitch a sale here and close another deal there.
  • He is the sort of well-groomed man you expect to inhabit an executive-size corporate office.
  • The unshakeable belief that gloves were an important component in any well-groomed woman's wardrobe continued right up till the late 1960s.
  • One of the customers, a well-groomed young man in a black suit, bore the appearance of a man preparing to attend a funeral. A GAME OF CIRCUMSTANCE • by Tommy B. Smith
  • The seats were of the finest wine coloured leather, and the carpet was well-groomed sheepskin, shampooed to perfection.
  • Regardless of her well-groomed surroundings and well-defined sense of purpose, she says that early in her career she would stumble on nagging thoughts of worthlessness.
  • The docent is the usual: a well-groomed woman in her fifties with impossibly blond hair and taut face. The Time Traveler's Wife
  • To find models, she posted a request on Craigslist for fit, well-behaved and well-groomed dachshunds, a strategy that provided mixed results.
  • From the rest of his well-groomed, showy appearance, it was evident his baldness was a chagrin to him. The Prussian Officer and Other Stories
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