Etymology
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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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Definitions of soigne

soigne (adj.)
polished and well-groomed; showing sophisticated elegance;
Synonyms: soignee
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