Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


He was well groomed, of course; healthy, all a-tingle with vitality.

Chaff provoked the solemn retort: "One should be well groomed."

He was well groomed, moreover, with the appearance of quiet wealth.

Where others were careless and slovenly, she was well groomed.

His features were well cut and his athletic, well-knit figure was well groomed.

A woman slapped his battered cheek with a well groomed hand.

His hands were white and shapely and he was well groomed, though not in the least foppish.

He was looking very cool and well groomed in white flannels.

He was a thought overdressed—a big man, dark-haired and well groomed, who toyed with a monocle most unsuitable to his type.

He was carefully dressed, well groomed in every respect, and he wore a delicate orchid in his button-hole.