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Definition of "well-set" []

  • Properly or firmly set. (adjective)
  • Well put together; having symmetry of parts. (adjective)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "well-set" in a sentence
  • "No style can save you once you've wandered into a well-set ambush."
  • "Also, you will find that well-set goals are very motivating."
  • "The gifts these three share – a dreamlike quality of composure when well-set, the ability to transform a commonplace shot such as a leg-glance into a thing of charm and a handsome ease at piercing the infield that keeps the scoreboard moving at a pace that perplexes the assumptions of bowler and spectator alike – link the game to a past when guile was the equal of force."
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