from The Century Dictionary.
- In a spruce manner; smartly; trimly; smugly.
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- adverb In a
sprucemanner; neatlyand elegantly.
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- adverb in a stylish manner
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And as he follows it,  Is this no small servitude for an enamourite to be every hour combing his head, stiffening his beard, perfuming his hair, washing his face with sweet water, painting, curling, and not to come abroad but sprucely crowned, decked, and apparelled?
‘Ah! Hawk,’ said one very sprucely – dressed personage in a Newmarket coat, a choice neckerchief, and all other accessories of the most unexceptionable kind.
She coily biting the lip, and brideling her head, as if she had bene some mans best Gelding, sprucely thus replyed.
And not only were there flowers here, and little shrubs planted sprucely, but also good grass, which is always softness, and soothes the impatient eyes of men.
The buildings were an odd mixture of old postwar warehouses and factories and Italianate Victorians; Goldring Clothiers occupied the bottom floor of one of the Victorians, a sprucely painted blue one near the corner.
Mr. James Dane was a quiet-looking, sprucely-dressed man of over forty years of age.
One tall, good-looking, sprucely dressed fellow impressed me.
He had attired himself most sprucely; he rode a good horse, and he gave it every chance to show its quality.
"Well, you _have_ made yourself smart," commented Aunt Charlotte complacently, as Austin, sprucely attired in a pale flannel suit, with
A little after he saw a sprucely dressed young priest come in and seat himself at the table.