soigné

or soi·gnée

[swahn-yey; French swa-nyey]
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Origin of soigné

1915–20; < French, past participle of soigner to take care of < Germanic (compare Old Saxon sunnea care, concern)
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Related Words for soignee

well-dressed

British Dictionary definitions for soignee

soigné

feminine soigne

adjective
  1. well-groomed; elegant

Word Origin for soigné

French, from soigner to take good care of, of Germanic origin; compare Old Saxon sunnea care
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Word Origin and History for soignee

soigne

adj.

"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.

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