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wellhead the source of a well or stream; spring. [3 definitions]
well-heeled (informal) well-to-do or prosperous.
well-informed having thorough knowledge and information in one or many subjects.
Wellington the seaport capital of New Zealand.
Wellington boot a leather boot reaching the top of the knee in front but cut low in the back. [2 definitions]
well-intentioned marked by good intentions but often without positive results; well-meaning.
well-knit well-constructed; carefully and sturdily constructed. [2 definitions]
well-known known by many; famous; familiar. [2 definitions]
well-lighted having plenty of light.
well-loved loved very much; treasured, cherished.
well-made made with care and skill; strongly built; well-proportioned. [2 definitions]
well-mannered polite, gracious, and courteous.
well-meaning impelled by good or kindly intentions, but often tactless or ineffectual.
well-nigh nearly completely; almost.
well-off financially comfortable or prosperous. [2 definitions]
well-ordered carefully or properly arranged or planned.
well-paid receiving a high level of pay, or one that would be satisfactory to most people.
well-preserved in good condition despite age.
well-read having read much in one or a wide range of subjects; knowledgeable.
well-rested having slept or rested sufficiently to be free of fatigue; completely rested.
well-rounded having a proper balance; comprehensively developed. [2 definitions]