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Well-read(a.) Of extensive reading; deeply versed; -- often followed ...
Well-seen(a.) Having seen much; hence, accomplished; experienced. ...
Well-set(a.) Properly or firmly set. ...
Well-set(a.) Well put together; having symmetry of parts. ...
Well-sped(a.) Having good success. ...
Well-spoken(a.) Speaking well; speaking with fitness or grace; speaking ...
Well-spoken(a.) Spoken with propriety; as, well-spoken words. ...
Well-willer(n.) One who wishes well, or means kindly. ...
Well-wish(n.) A wish of happiness. ...
Welladay(interj.) Alas! Welaway! ...
 
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