Thesaurus / manicured
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At first, Danielle Spencer, a small-business owner who works from home in Toronto, gave up on her usual manicures.

Beauty businesses are struggling without usMelinda FakuadeOctober 30, 2020Vox

At nail salons, patrons are sticking their hands through a hole cut in a sneeze guard as masked technicians work on their manicures.

Chet showed up one evening with his nails all manicured; yes, sir, polished till you needed smoked glasses to look at 'em.

Somewhere in Red GapHarry Leon Wilson

His Highness did not often offer his manicured hand to others, and at this I was, I admit, greatly surprised.

The Secrets of PotsdamWilliam Le Queux

But Maison kidded me the whole three hours while we was in the beauty-parlours getting waived and manicured.

Believe You Me!Nina Wilcox Putnam

Hands that but a short while ago were manicured twice a week were now broadened, manly, brown and grease-stained.

The Yazoo MysteryIrving Craddock

His hands were soft and manicured, he entered a room with grace and left it with distinction.

The Eternal BoyOwen Johnson

Her manicured nail pressed the buzzer three times to signal she was going to lunch.

UnthinkableRoger Phillips Graham

I must say, considering his class, he seems a very decent sort of fellow; fancy, his hands are manicured!

Life in a German Crack RegimentWolf Ernst Hugo Emil Baudissin

Look at her fluffy pompadour, her stylish sleeves, her manicured nails.


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