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Well-mannered

ˌwel ˈmæn.əd

Meanings of Well-mannered:

adjective

Behaving in a pleasant and polite way

Usage examples:

The other visitors were too well-mannered to complain.

Well-matched

ˌwel ˈmætʃt

Meanings of Well-matched:

adjective

Similar or equal (to something)

Usage examples:

At the start of the competition the three teams looked extremely well matched., her skills are well…

Meanings of Well-meaning:

adjective

Wanting to have a good effect, but not always achieving one

Usage examples:

I know he's well meaning, but i wish he'd leave us alone.

Meanings of Well-nigh:

adjective

Almost

Usage examples:

Once you get behind, it is well-nigh impossible to catch up.

Meanings of Well-off:

adjective

Wealthy

Well-ordered

ˈɔː.dəd

Meanings of Well-ordered:

adjective

Carefully arranged or controlled

Usage examples:

A well-ordered (= tidy) room

Well-out

ˌwel θɔːt ˈaʊt

Meanings of Well-out:

adjective

Planned in an effective way

Usage examples:

The training schedule wasn't very well thought out., [ before noun ] a well-thought-out system for …

Well-paid

ˌwel ˈpeɪd

Meanings of Well-paid:

adjective

Used to describe a person or a job with a good salary

Usage examples:

Only relatively well-paid people can afford to buy homes there., well-paid employees/executives/wor…

Meanings of Well-read:

adjective

Having read many important books

Well-rounded

ˌwel ˈraʊn.dɪd

Meanings of Well-rounded:

adjective

Having or providing experience and knowledge in a number of different areas

Usage examples:

Some experts say that home-schooled children may not receive a well-rounded education.

Meanings of Well-run:

adjective

→  well-managed

Well-spoken

ˌwel ˈspəʊ.kən

Meanings of Well-spoken:

adjective

Having a pleasant and polite way of speaking that is considered socially acceptable

Usage examples:

The young man was well spoken and polite.

Well-thought-of

ˌwel ˈθɔːt ɒv

Meanings of Well-thought-of:

adjective

Respected by many people for quality, ability, moral character, etc.

Usage examples:

He was well-thought-of as a foreign-policy expert.

Well-thought-out

ˌwel θɔːt ˈaʊt

Meanings of Well-thought-out:

adjective

Planned in an effective way

Usage examples:

The training schedule wasn't very well thought out., [ before noun ] a well-thought-out system for …

Well-timed

ˌwel ˈtaɪmd

Meanings of Well-timed:

adjective

Happening or made to happen at a particularly suitable time

Usage examples:

Her appearance was well-timed to coincide with the arrival of the president.

Meanings of Well-to-do:

adjective

Showing signs of being successful; rich

Usage examples:

It was a well-to-do neighborhood of large, single-family homes with big backyards.

Meanings of Well-trodden:

adjective

Much used or visited

Usage examples:

[ before noun ] we followed the well-trodden tourist route from paris to chartres., [ before noun ]…

Meanings of Well-turned-out:

phrase

To be beautifully, well, etc. dressed

Usage examples:

She's always beautifully turned out., he arrived with his wife and three well-turned-out young chil…

Well-versed

ˌwel ˈvɜːst

Meanings of Well-versed:

adjective

Having a lot of knowledge about something

Usage examples:

He was well-versed in the history of space flight.

Well-wisher

ˈwelˌwɪʃ.ər

Meanings of Well-wisher:

noun

A person who encourages or supports someone

Usage examples:

Hundreds of well-wishers surrounded the team.

Meanings of Well-worn:

adjective

Well worn clothes have been worn often and are becoming old

Usage examples:

[ before noun ] a well-worn sports jacket, [ before noun ] ecology can be written about without rel…

Meanings of Wellacquainted:

adjective

Having a good knowledge of something.

Usage examples:

Both are very well acquainted with the area

Meanings of Welladay:

exclamation

As an exclamation of sorrow or lamentation: ‘alas!’ also preceded by ah or o.

Meanings of Welladays:

exclamation

As an exclamation of sorrow or lamentation: ‘alas!’ also preceded by ah or o.

Meanings of Wellaway:

exclamation

As an exclamation of sorrow or lamentation: ‘ah!’ ‘alas!’ compare welladay , "wellanear", "well-a-wins".

noun

The utterance of ‘wellaway’; lamentation.

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