Origin of polished
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Contemporary Examples of well-polished
But last week, the world saw a different man, a crude version of the cosmetic, well-polished act of a politician.Saif Gaddafi's Sham Exposed
March 2, 2011
Historical Examples of well-polished
We may illustrate this by the image of a well-polished mirror.Mystics and Saints of Islam
The parlour was cool and airy, with well-polished floor-boards, but no carpet.Upsidonia
Fancy a picture in which the shadows were as black as well-polished boots!The Book of Art for Young People
Freddy started a little, and looked meditatively at the tips of his well-polished boots.
The superintendent tapped the step impatiently with the tip of his well-polished American boot, and his brow puckered.
late 14c., "made smooth;" early 15c., "elegant;" past participle adjective from polish (v.).