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well1

adverb

  • 1 he behaves well
    [Antonyms] badly
  • 2 they get along well
    [Antonyms] badly
  • 3 he plays the piano well
    [Antonyms] poorly
  • 4 I know her well
    intimately, thoroughly, deeply, profoundly, personally
    [Antonyms] barely
  • 5 they studied the recipe well
    [Antonyms] negligently
  • 6 they speak well of him
    [Antonyms] disparagingly
  • 7 she makes enough money to live well
    comfortably, in (the lap of) luxury, prosperously
  • 8 you may well be right
    quite possibly, conceivably, probably;
    undoubtedly, certainly, unquestionably
  • 9 he is well over forty
    considerably, very much, a great deal, substantially, easily, comfortably, significantly
    [Antonyms] barely
  • 10 she could well afford it
    easily, comfortably, readily, effortlessly
    [Antonyms] barely
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  • 1 she was completely well again
    healthy, fine, fit, robust, strong, vigorous, blooming, thriving, hale and hearty, in good shape, in good condition, in fine fettle
    informal in the pink
    [Antonyms] ill
  • 2 all is not well
    satisfactory, all right, fine, in order, as it should be, acceptable
    informal OK, hunky-dory, jake
    [Antonyms] unsatisfactory
  • 3 it would be well to tell us in advance
    advisable, sensible, prudent, politic, commonsensical, wise, judicious, expedient, recommended, advantageous, beneficial, profitable, desirable;
    a good idea
    [Antonyms] inadvisable
  • Phrases

    as well

    1

    as well as

    2
    we sell books as well as newspapers
    together with, along with, besides, plus, and, with, on top of, not to mention, to say nothing of, let alone

    well done

    3
    well done, Robbie, your voice has never been better
    congratulations, bravo, right on, congrats, my compliments, good work, three cheers, felicitations

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    well2

    noun

  • 1 she drew water from the well
    borehole, bore, spring, waterhole
  • 2 he's a bottomless well of forgiveness
    source, supply, fount, reservoir, wellspring, mine, fund, treasury
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  • 1 tears welled from her eyes
    flow, spill, stream, run, rush, gush, roll, cascade, flood, spout;
    seep, trickle;
    burst, issue, upwell
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