Cooked all the way through: a well-done steak. (adjective)
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Use "well-done" in a sentence
"God takes this person out of the pot and throws the well-done meat into the world to spiritually feed others."
"I had a look at Pathfinder, which I found classy and well-done, but … it came too late for me."
"Guys like AMCC and Motorola develop great technology themselves, but where they shine is delivering well-done implementations."