[ US /ˌwɛɫˈbiɪŋ/ ]
  1. a contented state of being happy and healthy and prosperous
    the town was finally on the upbeat after our recent troubles
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How To Use well-being In A Sentence

  • People doing yoga benefit from an increased feeling of well-being.
  • Their satisfaction, well-being and enjoyment of the race are their primary goals.
  • The two occupying powers cared little for the country's sovereignty and well-being.
  • During an earlier scene of cooperative fruit picking with Cambodian and Laotian refugees, we are offered an opportunity to meditate on a pan-Asian Thailand of agrarian-pastoral well-being, and a move away from the tense border security of the 70s when refugees from Cambodia and Laos led Thailand to turn sharply to the right. Michael Vazquez: ON THE 48TH ANNUAL NEW YORK FILM FESTIVAL
  • They provide comparative indicators of the relative well-being of various socioeconomic groups.
  • The bracing fresh air penetrates deep into the lungs and instill a feeling of calmness and well-being.
  • We hope to improve the health and well-being of poor children.
  • His technical skill guarantees admirable clarity in the midst of complex counterpoints, and there is a delightful sense of well-being about the performances.
  • Our body image in fact is central, if ambiguously so, to our mental and physical well-being.
  • A sense of well-being, of transformation and enlightenment, penetrates to the very marrow of his bones.
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