from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In zoology and botany, pronounced; decided; obvious; signal; easily recognized or determined: as, well-marked characters; a well-marked genus, species, or variety.
- Specifying a South African tor toise, Homopus signatus.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. clearly indicated
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Now if you must go on to Tepic (my favorite city in Mexico) the periférico on the west -- called Libremiento -- bypasses the city almost entirely and on the South end there is a well-marked exit to the right to Puerto Vallarta.
Take the well-marked next exit after your return to the toll road, for Sangabriel and Chilac.
Long, well-marked expansion bridges showcase the valleys and mountains.
The area's rolling countryside would be perfect for bicycle tours—if there were enough bike-rental shops and well-marked trails, said Ms. Sirakova.
She had chosen the location as she knew it to be a safe and familiar setting, an ordinary rustic renovation with well-marked exits and large wooden doors.
On the My Pogoplug website, for instance, they can be found under a well-marked folder named "USER-PC."
He also now has well-marked pastures that he uses on a rotating scheme to graze his alpacas.
We followed well-marked signposts and soon ended up back in Cheung Chau village.
But these are well-marked and manned by professional and friendly soldiers.
London mayor talks of safe, direct, well-marked routes? but critics say he
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