from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Properly furnished or equipped.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Found to be well or good; approved; commendable.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a full array of suitable equipment or furnishings
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Muhammed Bahram, an Iraqi now working in Glasgow's Scottish-Kurdish community centre, was the well-found singer for the call to prayer in Powaqqatsi.
Carson chose a big, well-found train of sixty schooners, and put in a special word for me.
If Mr. Kotz's questions about insider trading by SEC lawyers prove well-found, he will be at the center of another embarrassing agency scandal.
KITTY MCKINSEY, UNHCR SPOKESWOMAN: In order to be qualified as a refugee, you have to establish that you're fleeing fighting or persecution or a well-found fear of persecution.
Our picnic was not to be a luxurious or “well-found” one, for, in order to avoid the expense of a pack mule, we limited our luggage to what our saddle horses could carry.
On the upside, that means I now have various pictures of him in the foofiest foofy jacket in the world a well-found bargain from Bead Games.
A novelist of astonishing range ... one of the most traditional of novelists, one not afraid of making a point, or of ending a story with a well-found moral.
To a boy like me he seemed very old, being over twenty, and well-found in beard; but he was not more than four-and-twenty, fresh and ruddy looking, with a short nose and keen blue eyes, and
And that reminds me of another question — is it well-found, well-manned, and a good rapid ship to make the voyage?
To-day lines of well-found steamboats, which correspond direct with Liverpool, are plying on the river from its mouth up to
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