from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Cooked all the way through: a well-done steak.
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- adj. cooked until no blood runs, and there is no pink flesh on the inside
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (meat) cooked until there is no pink meat left inside
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God takes this person out of the pot and throws the well-done meat into the world to spiritually feed others.
I had a look at Pathfinder, which I found classy and well-done, but … it came too late for me.
Guys like AMCC and Motorola develop great technology themselves, but where they shine is delivering well-done implementations.
Venison should be rare, and my slice was well-done, but it was still a delicious entree.
Personally, I love a late-night well-done Animal Style fries and a Neopolitan shake.
Acknowledge at least two employees daily for jobs well-done.
This has been a very well-done, extremely publicized and super-well marketed movie/documentary on the “Law of Attraction”.
Even with all the pyrotechnics and scenery chewing by the bad guy, it's surprisingly well-done.
Actually fairly well-done, with sufficiently-drawn characters, and a satisfying story.
A reboot modeled after the incredibly well-done Ultimate Spider-man directed by an up and coming directed that has proven his ability to tell a character driven story.
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