well-found

ADJECTIVE
  1. having a full array of suitable equipment or furnishings
    a well-appointed kitchen
    a well-appointed apartment
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How To Use well-found In A Sentence

  • Mechanic in Zhejiang already lead for several decades of hard effort, have already become one well-found, advantage outstandingly the biggest industry.
  • One needs courage to go on assembling the evidence in the face of the risk that such accusations may turn out to be well-founded and the discipline's subject-matter may evaporate.
  • Also Anita and I were worried about the anti-intellectual attitudes towards the University of California expressed by the state legislature, worries that proved well-founded when a few years later salaries were capped, teaching loads were increased, and the state budget was not passed on time, causing faculty to be paid in IOU's. Robert B. Laughlin - Autobiography
  • `Then, Captain, I shall get myself a well-founded little boat and sail her around the world, take pictures, write perhaps. DOUBTFUL MOTIVES
  • But some fears are well-founded: fundamentalism has emerged as an aberrant, aggressive phenomenon in all the world's religions.
  • Tales of ecological woe, no matter how well-founded in science, rarely galvanize people to action.
  • Secondly and closely interrelated is the principle of non-refoulement, that is to say, that a refugee must not be forcibly returned to his country or to any other country where he has well-founded reasons to fear persecution. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees - Nobel Lecture
  • Secondly and closely interrelated is the principle of non-refoulement, that is to say, that a refugee must not be forcibly returned to his country or to any other country where he has well-founded reasons to fear persecution. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees - Nobel Lecture
  • I believe that practically everybody has already made up their minds and at this point relatively few will respond to even the most articulate, soundest, and well-founded arguments.
  • To what extent was it based on estimates, guesses and interpretations, however well-founded?
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