confident, culture, svelte, slim, wonderful, comminuted, clarified, pure, sophisticated, garmented, cultured, supple, incredible, cultivated, buffed, masterly, neat, tremendous, minute, dignified, lustrous, dressed to kill, spiffed up, tenuous, genteel, thin, lithe, polite, good, lithesome, dressed-up, nice, dolled up, togged up, dressed to the nines, ornate, well-bred, satin, glistening, masterful, proud, subtle, gauzy, urbane, rubbed, slight, habilimented, lissom, spruced up, glittery, attired, slender, dressed, processed, brilliant, wonder, exceptional, keen, glittering, subtile, bright, shining, perfected, dainty, excellent, self-possessed, bold, sensitive, accomplished, glaring, garbed, assertive, self-confident, sylphlike, self-assured, tasteful, elaborate, delicate, fine, lissome, sharp, educated, robed, impeccable, couth, sparkling, decent, clear, light, civilized, appareled, flawless, forceful, milled, small
beautiful (part of speech: adjective)
fair, graceful, good-looking, picturesque, exquisite, charming, lovely, dazzling, comely, shapely, finished, eye-filling, belle, pleasing, sightly, splendid, flowerlike, ornamental, attractive, glamorous, beautiful, quaint, pretty, radiant, refined, gorgeous, resplendent, elegant, sublime, stunning, bonny, enchanting, handsome, superb, becoming
smooth (part of speech: adjective)
lacquered, slilken, silky, marble, burnished, sleek, satiny, level, glassy, frictionless, streamlined, slithery, slick, velvety, even, glazed, satin-smooth, glossy, slippery, varnished, smooth, flat, edgeless, shiny
smoothed (part of speech: verb)
bright (part of speech: adjective)
- Greene show that he was an agreeable polished gentleman. - "A Sketch of the Life of Brig. Gen. Francis Marion", William Dobein James.
- Marble is beautiful when polished. - "Home Geography For Primary Grades", C. C. Long.
- She was none of the other nations: She was more polished than they. - "The Grammar of English Grammars", Goold Brown.