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healthy, sound, wholesome, robust, hale, well mean enjoying or indicative of good health. healthy implies full strength and vigor as well as freedom from signs of disease.
    • a healthy family
sound emphasizes the absence of disease, weakness, or malfunction.
    • a sound heart
wholesome implies appearance and behavior indicating soundness and balance.
    • a face with a wholesome glow
robust implies the opposite of all that is delicate or sickly.
    • a lively, robust little boy
hale applies particularly to robustness in old age.
    • still hale at the age of eighty
well implies merely freedom from disease or illness.
    • she has never been a well person

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3 in a skillful or expert manner
  • She plays the piano very well.
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6 to a full extent or degree
  • We are well aware that this home renovation is going to be costly.
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all the way, at length, down the line, down to the ground, for fair, in whole, to bits, to pieces, to the hilt, to the max

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7 without difficulty
  • He can well afford to spare the time.
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in a breeze, no sweat [slang], without ado, without a hitch

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how surprising, doubtful, or unbelievable
  • Well, that is odd!
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1 a point or place at which something is invented or provided
  • His quirky family proved to be a bottomless well of inspiration for the novelist.
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2 a small often deep body of water
  • the spot where the spring bubbles up to the surface and forms a deep well
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