Then, when my hair was kempt with an old Felting comb, almost toothless, I felt refreshed and hungrier than ever.
Bylandt's brigade gave way in confusion, but kempt's and Pack's stood firm in their places.
Captain kempt and his wife went first, followed by Sabina and her young man with the two girls in their wake.
He shouted in his stentorian voice to kempt's brigade: "A volley, and then charge!"
It is trim and "kempt" and modern, and lives strictly in the present.
The Duke used to say he considered the alteration of kempt's original movement the turning-point of the battle.
The kempt family are not visitors, but live here all the year round.
They have tried to curb one another and to subject one another to slavish uses, even and kempt.
Captain kempt's reply will be sent under cover to you at your club.
There was in the English infantry, particularly in kempt's brigade, a great many raw recruits.
"well-combed, neat," late 14c., from past tense of dialectal kemb, from Old English cemdan (see unkempt). A rare word after c.1500; any modern use probably is a whimsical back-formation from unkempt.