Similar words: polish, abolish, metropolis, polity, police, policy, politic, burnished. Meaning: ['pɑlɪʃd /'pɒl-] adj. 1. perfected or made shiny and smooth 2. showing a high degree of refinement and the assurance that comes from wide social experience 3. (of grains especially rice) having the husk or outer layers removed 4. (of lumber or stone) to trim and smooth.
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1 Marble can be polished to a high gloss.
2 He polished off the whole pie.
3 The children polished off the cake.
4 The food is served on polished tables with mats.
5 He polished the table until it gleamed.
6 He polished his spectacles with a handkerchief.
7 He polished up the old copper coins.
8 The furniture gleamed after being polished.
9 The polished floor glowed richly.
10 The dark polished wood shone like glass.
11 He is polished, charming, articulate and an excellent negotiator.
12 He polished off his work in order to see his girlfriend.
13 Manilow gave the slick, polished performance that we've come to expect.
14 He polished the car.
15 He polished the brass till it shone.
16 He polished the floor smooth.
17 The dentist scaled and polished my teeth.
18 His shoes were always well polished.
19 The dentist scaled and polished my teeth last week.
20 The dancers gave a polished performance.
21 He polished his glasses with a handkerchief.
22 I saw my reflection in the polished marble.
23 The stones were then rounded[sentencedict.com],(www.Sentencedict.com) polished and engraved.
24 The children loved sliding round the newly polished floor.
25 This tabletop polished up nicely.
26 Each morning he shaved and polished his shoes.
27 The silverware had been polished to a high gloss.
28 The president was a polished television performer.
29 He rough-hewed a statue out of a block of jade rapidly but then polished it slowly over a long period.
30 When I was little I used to like sliding on the polished floor in my socks.
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