Definition of well–day
: a day characterized by one's freedom from sickness the victim of a slight, ramshackly physique … never knowing a well-day — V. L. Parrington; specifically : one free from attacks of a recurrent disorder repeated cold and hot fits … with one or more well-days between them — Michael Underwood
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