One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Of hair, etc.: carefully combed, neatly styled. Of a person: having carefully combed or neatly styled hair; (more generally) of clean and tidy appearance. Also in extended use, especially of a garden, park, etc.: diligently tended or cared for; tidy.
Middle English. From well + kempt.
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