well-kept

Orderly vs Well-kept - What's the difference?

orderly | well-kept | Related terms |

Orderly is a related term of well-kept.


As adjectives the difference between orderly and well-kept

is that orderly is neat and tidy; possessing order while well-kept is neat, tidy.

As a noun orderly

is a hospital attendant given a variety of non-medical duties.

As an adverb orderly

is .

Spruce vs Well-kept - What's the difference?

spruce | well-kept | Related terms |

Spruce is a related term of well-kept.


As a noun spruce

is (obsolete) prussia.

As an adjective well-kept is

neat, tidy.

Neat vs Well-kept - What's the difference?

neat | well-kept | Synonyms |

Neat is a synonym of well-kept.


As adjectives the difference between neat and well-kept

is that neat is clean, tidy; free from dirt or impurities while well-kept is neat, tidy.

As a noun neat

is (archaic) a bull or cow or neat can be an artificial intelligence researcher who believes that solutions should be elegant, clear and provably correct compare scruffy.

Elegant vs Well-kept - What's the difference?

elegant | well-kept | Related terms |

Elegant is a related term of well-kept.


As adjectives the difference between elegant and well-kept

is that elegant is elegant while well-kept is neat, tidy.

Well-organized vs Well-kept - What's the difference?

well-organized | well-kept | Related terms |

Well-organized is a related term of well-kept.


As an adjective well-kept is

neat, tidy.

Tidy vs Well-kept - What's the difference?

tidy | well-kept | Related terms |

Tidy is a related term of well-kept.


As a proper noun tidy

is .

As an adjective well-kept is

neat, tidy.

Clean vs Well-kept - What's the difference?

clean | well-kept | Related terms |

Clean is a related term of well-kept.


As adjectives the difference between clean and well-kept

is that clean is free of dirt or impurities or protruberances while well-kept is neat, tidy.

As a noun clean

is removal of dirt.

As a verb clean

is to remove dirt from a place or object.

As an adverb clean

is fully and completely.

Trim vs Well-kept - What's the difference?

trim | well-kept | Related terms |

Trim is a related term of well-kept.


As adjectives the difference between trim and well-kept

is that trim is physically fit while well-kept is neat, tidy.

As a verb trim

is to reduce slightly; to cut; especially, to remove excess; eg 'trim a hedge', 'trim a beard' the adposition of can be used in present perfect tense to designate the removed part.

As a noun trim

is (uncountable) decoration; especially, decoration placed along edges or borders.

As an adverb trim

is (nautical) in good order, properly managed or maintained.

Well-kept vs Shapely - What's the difference?

well-kept | shapely | Related terms |

Well-kept is a related term of shapely.


As adjectives the difference between well-kept and shapely

is that well-kept is neat, tidy while shapely is having a pleasing shape, pleasant to look at.

Natty vs Well-kept - What's the difference?

natty | well-kept | Related terms |

Natty is a related term of well-kept.


As adjectives the difference between natty and well-kept

is that natty is (informal) smart and fashionable while well-kept is neat, tidy.

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