She hails from Marietta, Georgia—a manicured, upper-middle-class city north of Atlanta that also happens to be my hometown.
What if the pitchfork crowd has charged the manicured greens and taken over the clubhouse?
The hidden courtyard-gardens are lush affairs with manicured boxwood, stone fountains.
He calls it “that same green diamond of manicured grass that a member of the Yankees grounds crew once helped maintain.”
But the marriage was loveless and lonely and McRay found herself meandering the manicured grounds, plotting her escape.
Kasson, very carefully dressed and manicured, arose and walked out of the room for a few moments.
The manicured, plebeian hands were Cuckoo's, and none but Cuckoo's.
If I owned this shrubbery we're borin' through, I'd have it manicured.
His hands were soft and manicured, he entered a room with grace and left it with distinction.
Madison punched the button for me with a palsied, manicured thumb.
1889, from manicure (n.). Related: Manicured; manicuring.
To care for meticulously •The standard sense ''care of the hands and fingernails'' is found by 1889: Dutch farmers' constant manicuring of the land has driven out numerous native plant and animal species/ the manicured playing fields of international finance (1922+)