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well–placed

adjective \-ˈplāst\

: directed or positioned in a way that is good or useful

Full Definition of WELL-PLACED

:  appropriately or advantageously directed or positioned <well–placed informants> <well–placed trust> <a well–placed blow>

First Known Use of WELL-PLACED

1562

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