alphabet

Well

Definition of well:

part of speech: adjective

In a good state; in health.

part of speech: adjective

Good in condition: fortunate: in health.

part of speech: adjective

Rightly; properly; to a good degree; conveniently.

part of speech: noun

A rise of water from the earth: a spring: a pit in the earth whence a supply of water is obtained: an inclosure in a ship's hold round the pumps: the open space in the middle of a staircase.

part of speech: noun

A spring or fountain; a shaft sunk in the earth to reach a supply of water or other liquid, such as oil; some thing like a well in shape.

part of speech: adjective

In good condition or circumstances; fortunate; sound in body; healthy.

part of speech: verb

To issue forth, as water from the earth.

part of speech: noun

A spring; pit dug to water; inclosure round a ship's pumps.

part of speech: verb

To flow or pour forth as from a spring.

part of speech: verb

To pour forth.

part of speech: verb

To issue forth, as water from the earth: to spring.

part of speech: adverb

In a proper manner: rightly: thoroughly: favorably: conveniently.

part of speech: adverb

Rightly; justly; suitably; favorably; fortunately; sufficiently; fully; as, well under way.

Usage examples for well:

  • Well there they were. "Pioneers of Science", Oliver Lodge.
  • Well supposin' it is? "The Dark Flower", John Galsworthy.
  • Well what do you think of Lindore? "Marriage", Susan Edmonstone Ferrier.

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