All Adjective Verb
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  • Info Polished is an award winning short film directed by Ed Gass-Donnelly, featuring William B. Davis as a lonely aging businessman who yearns for human contact from shoeshiner Karyn Dwyer.
  • The Big Valley was also recognized during its run for its polished production.
  • Over the next ten years she polished her craft in a wide range of parts.
  • If a route is climbed very often then it can quickly become polished.
  • I don't like things to be too perfect, or too polished.
  • Originally this wall was so highly polished that the king could see himself whilst he walked alongside it.
  • Sometimes only one small window as entrance surface and one window as exit surface are polished.
  • His later work tended to sound more modern and less polished than his better known recordings.
  • This album also received higher production values than previous albums, resulting in a more polished sound overall.
  • Surfaces can also be later ground and polished, for example when making a large bell.
  • Their polished, professional live show is in contrast to the non-serious nature of their lyrics.
  • The song also features one of the band's most polished arrangements.
  • Each side of each piece is ground and polished, and then the two pieces are assembled together.
  • The final result was considered their most polished sounding album to date.
  • This rock when cut and polished makes an effective decorative stone, although little used for that purpose.
  • Three years in the making, it is arguably their most complex and polished record to date.
  • He ground and polished the mirror himself, using equipment he constructed.
  • The exposed side was then ground and polished to a perfect flat.
  • They gave him a silver wand for being the most polished act of the convention.
  • She was not very polished, but people who had loved her radio show were very positive about her being on TV.
  • Beau Hill's production gave the album a very polished pop metal sound.
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Root form of polished is polish for the verb.

Meaning of polished

  • verb Make (a surface) shine
    shine the silver, please, polish my shoes
  • verb Improve or perfect by pruning or polishing
    refine one's style of writing
  • verb Bring to a highly developed, finished, or refined state
    polish your social manners
  • adjective Perfected or made shiny and smooth
    his polished prose, in a freshly ironed dress and polished shoes, freshly polished silver