Definitions for kemptkɛmpt
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
neatly or tidily kept:
a kempt little cottage; kempt hair.
Category: Common Vocabulary
Origin of kempt:
1860–65; back formation from unkempt
(of hair) neat and tidy
"a nicely kempt beard"
neat and tidy; especially used of hair
Origin: Originally a past participle of cemban. Modern uses are back-formations from the negative unkempt.
p. p. of Kemb
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