American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Attentive to details of dress; meticulously neat.
- adj. Carefully tended or curried: a well-groomed horse.
- adj. Trim and tidy: a well-groomed lawn.
- adj. having your hair neatly brushed and combed
- adj. having tasteful clothing and being scrupulously neat
“The rakish wavy hair, facial scruff rock them, the well-groomed should not.”
“One of the customers, a well-groomed young man in a black suit, bore the appearance of a man preparing to attend a funeral.”
“Once upon a time there were three beautiful sisters with little discernible talent and one well-groomed, overly ambitious mother who at one time wanted to be an actress herself.”
“Tonsorial supremacy for which read: well-groomed, long, lustrous and glossy is the Arthurian quest of every American female.”
“I mean, as a viewer, you know, I guess I just they were so well-groomed coming out of there.”
“At the panel event it was clear that this unassuming 8th grade history teacher from White Plains was using technology her fellow well-groomed panelists hadn't even heard of -- integrating tools such as My Big Campus, Edmodo and Socrative, to revolutionize the classroom dynamic.”
“But the well-groomed emphasis fed the glamorous mystique of air travel: "People were very respected in their uniforms; they were distinct for both us as pilots as well as those in cabin service.”
“More than 1,000 of the British commonwealth's war dead are buried at the small, well-groomed cemetery.”
“The long-distance witness has described the suspect as white, between 20 to 30 years old, 6-feet tall, between 175 to 200 pounds, with a muscular build and medium- length brown hair, messy at the front and well-groomed at the back, the Sun reports.”
“Do you regard looking well-groomed and well-dressed as a bother or as an opportunity?”
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