- carefully or elegantly done, operated, or designed.
Origin of soigné
Examples from the Web for soigne
Historical Examples of soigne
At that time the Forest of Soigne sheltered no less than eleven monastic houses in its fragrant, shadowy depths.Rodin: The Man and his Art
Behind the forest of Soigne where he now was, the fields and roads were full of running men and galloping horses.The Bronze Eagle
Emmuska Orczy, Baroness Orczy
Inexperienced as a parent, Gissing was probably too proud: he wanted the children always to look clean and soigne.Where the Blue Begins
- well-groomed; elegant
Word Origin for soigné
"prepared with great attention to detail," 1821, from French soigné (fem. soignée), from past participle of soigner "to take care of," from soin "care," which is of unknown origin.