adjective (feminine soignée pronunc. same)
Dressed very elegantly; well groomed: she was dark, petite, and soignée
More example sentences
- Lady Colin Campbell reveals a typical originality of composition which enhances the soigné elegance of the sitter.
- ‘This is a timely moment to recall the Style Commandments, as practised by Audrey Hepburn,’ reads the caption alongside a photograph of the actress looking impossibly soignée in a beaded ball gown.
- There, lit by the glow of braziers and ‘towers of light’, or candelabras, were Richard, his partner Pam, their snuffling pugs Bijou and Ioda, and a quartet of soignée French guests.
past participle of French soigner 'take care of', from soin 'care'.
Definition of soigné in:
- The British & World English dictionary