In the family box in front of the TV cameras, the Palins were assembled, looking inhumanly gorgeous and well-groomed.
Another palace picture showed the well-groomed little Mohamed a few years later talking on the phone as if playing president.
They easily blended in among the aging hippies, well-groomed yuppies, and Hollywood actors.
Has that rosy, well-groomed body of yours ever sought repose on the tessellated floor of a public hall?
Her hair, under a white knitted cap, was smooth and well-groomed.
This well-groomed, handsome man of forty is James Morley of Bangor.
One should always have the appearance of being "well-groomed."
The houses stand in generous and well-groomed grass-plots, none very much worse or better than their neighbours.
Surely he could find some sort of a job on that long, well-groomed street.
A handsome, well-groomed man at all times and in any costume—but never so handsome or so well groomed as in evening dress.