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Synonyms for well-kept

kept in good condition

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"The nursing staff think he's in his 50s and he's well-kept. He's not conscious, we have not been able to speak to him at all.
"Without the right maintenance and annual clearance, drains and gutters can easily become the root of more serious problems, but for just [pounds sterling]5.99 per month per household you can ensure these essential systems are well-kept and the wider building remains in tip-top condition," Tony added.
Years ago my mam said people had beautiful well-kept front gardens.
A well-kept lawn can draw the eye and hide shortcomings.
Just under a third, 29%, said they wished their garden had the sun all day, with 18% agreeing that they'd love their neighbours' well-kept vegetable patch.
Offers French doors open onto a well-kept, secluded garden
The property also has a well-kept rear garden and a monoblock driveway.
Outside are well-kept gardens to the front and rear, with the rear gardens having lawns, a patio area and a brick-built barbecue.
Lucy said: "Our county's food and drink offer has been a well-kept secret but we are aiming to change that by telling the nation about our food heroes."
The War Memorial Park that hosted the festival is a splendid venue and a well-kept one at that, which I admire every day as I walk my dog.
In a barren field outside the fence surrounding the attractive church and a well-kept Catholic cemetery, the Jewish section consists of headstones set flush into the ground.
The brace was such a well-kept secret that even his own staff did not notice him wearing it, and it was only spotted while he was meeting excited children during a visit to Staffordshire on April 24.
THESE remarkably well-kept photographs show pupils of Acklam Hall School more than 60 years ago and have been submitted by Derek Johnstone, of Marton.
"Twin-sheet has been a well-kept secret but designers and engineers are becoming more aware of the process as more projects are done," says Kintz.
Mozambican refugees are being eaten alive en masse as they attempt to walk across South Africa's Kruger National Park--home to the notorious man eating lions that are a well-kept secret outside the area.