- v. Simple past tense and past participle of manicure.
“Another Camel butt shot through the air, landing in manicured grass blades.”
“Inside these 630 acres, which closely resemble the Panama Canal Zone before the Americans gave it up, are 8,000 American military and diplomatic personnel in manicured suburban homes surrounded by neatly clipped hedges and backyard barbecue grills.”
“I wouldn't call it manicured, but it's the hand of someone who's never once raked leaves.”
“Definitely written by a guy who thinks "manicured" means something other than what it actually does ….”
“Betcha "manicured" may have something to do with her bikini area.”
“Can't the word "manicured" be used to mean … well, put-together?”
“And in between the two uses of "manicured," they talk about working with the adult entertainment business.”
“I'm moving for this reason, but it isn't like there is much quiet in any "manicured" area ....”
“We already know of his intense involvement with the city's important issues, such as the budget and maintaining the city as a "manicured" paradise.”
“manicured" in the stroll you are taking every ten minutes or so, if one wished.”
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