American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Adequately or properly nourished.
- adj. Overfed; fat.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Showing the result of good feeding; in good condition; fat; plump.
- adj. properly nourished
“The consensus, at least among this well-fed throng: they loved it!”
“They rarely starve, however, since well-fed vampire bats disgorge a little precious blood to nourish their hungry peers.”
“They were met inside the palace by a servant of the king, a well-fed man in a green robe.”
“Also impressive are the portraits of well-fed burghers, such as the 1643 half-length figure of Paulus Verschuur, confident in his stylish hat, crisp collar and voluminous suit; a bare hand, gloves, sheer cuffs, a silken sash, curling hair and alert features are teased into existence with assured, staccato brushstrokes.”
“We hope that being well-rested, well-fed, and well-intentioned will buy us more care-free time of good health until our ultimate hour.”
“They're very good escape artists — particularly if not well-fed.”
“And it's one thing for rich, well-fed Europe to say, as Mr. Brabeck-Letmathe puts it, "I don't want to produce GMO crops because frankly speaking I don't want to produce so much food.”
“On a foreign trip last spring, he told his audience: There are some well-fed foreigners who have nothing better to do than point fingers at our affairs.”
“That woman over there is not well-fed and can't feed her baby properly.”
“What if we just resigned ourselves to the fact that we were not meant to be free, and what we really need is a ruler who already has everything and a small enough or well-fed enough ego to do the right thing by us?”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘well-fed’.
An excerpt from Jubilate Agno, written by Christopher Smart between 1759 and 1763 during his confinement for "lunacy" at St. Luke's Hospital in Bethnal Green, London.
For I will...
Looking for tweets for well-fed.