Origin of well-groomed
Examples from the Web for well-groomed
They easily blended in among the aging hippies, well-groomed yuppies, and Hollywood actors.
Another palace picture showed the well-groomed little Mohamed a few years later talking on the phone as if playing president.
In the family box in front of the TV cameras, the Palins were assembled, looking inhumanly gorgeous and well-groomed.
He had recognized that it was more effective to appear the backwoods lawyer than the well-groomed attorney.The Code of the Mountains|Charles Neville Buck
The next morning, when I was well-groomed, Polly and Dolly came into the yard to see me and make friends.Black Beauty|Anna Sewell
The carriage with the well-groomed horses in their shining harness had drawn up at the curb.Justin Wingate, Ranchman|John H. Whitson
In a word, he had ceased to be the handsome, well-groomed man the world knew as Burr Curtiss.That Affair at Elizabeth|Burton E. Stevenson
The crowd was not suggestive of fashionable New York, though there were present many fine-looking, well-groomed men and women.The Long Day|Dorothy Richardson