In a good or satisfactory way
A shaft sunk into the ground to obtain water, oil, or gas
Well informed about
We shall; we will
he behaves well
she drew water from the well
Used as an expression of embarrassment, apology, or world-weariness
Used to express resignation
In addition; too
In the position of having established a good relationship with someone; on good terms.
Used to emphasize a statement, especially when the speaker is angry
A shaft or chamber constructed in the ground in order to aid drainage, sometimes containing pumping equipment
An oil or gas well situated near the edge of a drilling field.
A well or shaft drilled into rock strata, from which natural gas is obtained.
A spring of naturally hot water; = hot spring.
Have good intentions, but not always the ability to carry them out
A well or shaft drilled through rock, from which petroleum is drawn
A well having a pump combined with it, a well fitted with a pump.
A well at which rags are hung for ritual or superstitious purposes.
Another term for sand point well.
Used to express agreement or consent
Advanced in years, of a good age.
The beam or roller over which the rope of a well bucket runs.
A fishing boat provided with a well or tank for the storage and transport of live fish.
From a noble or wealthy family
Having or showing good breeding or manners
Elegantly, properly, or warmly clothed or covered.
A frame or masonry border round the mouth of a well.
(Especially of clothes) skilfully made
(Also hyphenated) a day on which one is free from sickness, especially from an attack of an intermittent disorder.
An open space on the main deck of a ship, lying at a lower level between the forecastle and poop
A meat dish with a depression at one end as a receptacle for gravy.
A person who helps others by performing good deeds; a benefactor, a philanthropist.
(Of a task or undertaking) carried out successfully or satisfactorily
A three-pronged or clawed hook for recovering a objects or debris from a well.
A spot in a bog where a spring rises to the surface; a small pool of spring-water; (figurative) a source.
Keen-sighted; alert and watchful.
Having good meals regularly
Of a lawyer or doctor: receiving a substantial fee; well-paid.
Firmly encircled or secured by a girdle or a girth. Hence of a person: braced or prepared for physical activity; fit, active; compare gird.
A god believed to be the guardian of a well.
Skilfully or finely hewn.
An opening through a floor or series of floors, especially one into which a staircase, chimney stack, etc., may be installed, or one which admits light.
A clawed hook for recovering objects or debris from a well.
Having a strong, deep, or healthy colour (literal and figurative); vivid.
(Of a man) having large genitals
(Especially of property) kept clean, tidy, and in good condition