- n. alternative spelling of well-being.
“They did a brief walk through the house, what they call a wellbeing check, and found no one at home.”
“That gets a little frightening when I consider that my wellbeing is dependent on my understanding of what is being said in a language with which I have only minimal facility - especially when it comes to technical Spanish used in medicine.”
“To ensure long-term wellbeing, we must take an alternative approach to development, one that acknowledges the importance of environment.”
“They are probably as great a threat to our long-term wellbeing as they were when they were up and running.”
“Australia remains absolutely committed to the relationship, and to the belief that Indonesia will remain of crucial importance to Australia's long-term wellbeing just as Australia is crucial to Indonesia.”
“A great deal of public wellbeing is at stake; a great deal of public money is invested.”
“They also know that the electoral fate of the Republican party relies on standing by this argument and bringing it home to American voters who are, in fact, extremely receptive to it already, being more inclined than Europeans to accept the need for a bit of ruthlessness in the pursuit of productive progress and long-term wellbeing.”
“Neil Sinden, the CPRE's director of policy, said: The aim of planning should be to secure long term wellbeing.”
“But there is another graph, also updated every day that is far more significant for charting the long-term wellbeing of all of humankind.”
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