Definition of well built in English:

well built

Syllabification: well built

adjective

1(Of a person) large and strong.
More example sentences
  • Fifteen years passed by quickly, and Felix grew into a strong well-built man.
  • Sachio was strong, well-built man with fierce eyes and long hair tied back in a tight ponytail on top of his head.
  • ‘Ok,’ Nicole replied, striding over to the tall, handsome, well-built man.
1.1Of strong, solid construction: the well-built and massively thick walls
More example sentences
  • What we have here is one well-built, solid little car that's dressed up as a rally car.
  • Organizational developments as well as large-scale capital investments gave impetus to the construction of well-built roads run by turnpike trusts and to the making of a nation-wide canal network.
  • It is solid, well-built, and with lots of tender loving care, should give at least five years' good service.

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