- From well + built (Wiktionary)
“He saw a well-built young man of thirty, well-featured, well-dressed, and evidently, in the world's catalogue, a gentleman.”
“The figure of a tall, well-built man in a long duster with a neatly trimmed goatee stood large as life in front of the metal coffin.”
“Later his precious, well-built body came back to me in a little white box draped in a burgundy velvet bag.”
“O'Rourke's facile scholarship, his selective overview of cycling cargo bikes, including well-built bicycles from Minnesota, can carry several cases of beer, by the way and a bike-lane-wide streak of the very childishness he accuses adult cyclists of exhibiting.”
“Physically, she's a lot like me - dark, well-built, rough complexion, big nose.”
“This 22-year-old wrote a personal "senior honors thesis" on her sexual flings and binges with 13 of Duke University's most desirable men, mostly well-built male athletes.”
“So you're the little upstart who breached the well-built Castle," he said to his visitor as he opened the door to his large house.”
“Fritz von der Schulenburg/Interior Archive FIRE AND NICE | The keys to coziness: log baskets, cheerful mantel decorations, a plush rug and, of course, a well-built flame.”
“Wemple went down, returning in several minutes with a tidily-paunched, well-built, gray-haired American of fifty.”
“A reasonably well-built and well-insulated multifamily building is inherently more sustainable than a detached house.”
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