English version

manicured in Gardening topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmanicuredman‧i‧cured /ˈmænəkjʊəd $ -kjʊrd/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 DCBmanicured hands or fingers have nails that are neatly cut and polished 🔊 slim, perfectly manicured fingers2 DLGmanicured gardens or lawns are very neat and tidy 🔊 The ball rolled across the immaculately manicured lawn.
Examples from the Corpus
manicuredThey were too perfect, too well manicured.Both progressed smoothly from sun-lanced church to manicured crematorium.Her perfectly manicured finger points to a name on the Illinois roster.Perfect manicured fingernails, dark and shapely, ladylike.A spacious patch of manicured grass for crowds to gather.It's the sound of perfectly manicured hands striking crisp Gucci polo shirts.A gravel drive swept between manicured lawns to the portico of the imposing Edwardian house.A combination of homely suburbs and hot sunshine; unblemished beaches and boundless bush; manicured parks and tropical shrubbery.perfectly manicuredThe foot, like Bishop Jon, was large, well formed, and perfectly manicured.Her perfectly manicured finger points to a name on the Illinois roster.It's the sound of perfectly manicured hands striking crisp Gucci polo shirts.