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Definition of "well-preserved" []

  • Healthy and ageing gracefully (adjective)

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Use "well-preserved" in a sentence
  • "Derek will play a "well-preserved" mother who runs a horse stable where a murder is committed, according to Entertainment Weekly."
  • "Those morning glories are grown every year along the south face of the historic, well-preserved post-and-beam barn that is the center of Heritage Farm; the 890-acre spread a few miles north of Decorah that Seed Savers Exchange now calls home."
  • "Today the excavations are well underway and you can watch the archeologists slowly liberating the well-preserved foundations of the ancient tecpan."