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Definition of "well-thought-out" []

  • Carefully planned (adjective)

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Use "well-thought-out" in a sentence
  • "Usually, though, Mary worked with little show of emotion, simply pressing ahead at what Louise Robbins described as a well-thought-out, measured pace."
  • "LOL — yet I note that none of you guys know enough about the institution about which you have such (ahem) well-thought-out opinions to even engage an actual reform."
  • "In closing, I have also read some good well-thought-out comments."
  • "And in order to make a well-thought-out choice, you need to know a bit about the risks you are taking before you act."