from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Being in a good state; having good qualities or favorable symptoms.
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A good-conditioned megapode weighs 3 lb., the egg 5 1/4 oz.; ordinary domestic fowl, 4 lb., egg 2 oz.
His leathery, good-conditioned face with the big nose, beaked and strong like a Roman's, and the strong fine bone structure certainly carried overtone's of Julie's-except for the nose and the good-humor.
A prominent feature in their system was, theoretically at least, good bodily treatment of the slaves, good feeding, attention to mothers, to pregnant women, and to children, in order that the estates might always be kept _well stocked with good-conditioned negroes_.
We pulled out maps and saw the factory plainly marked; and then followed a hard good-conditioned road that led over a hill.
John had a mother whom he loved and honoured extremely, a discreet, grave, sober, good-conditioned, cleanly old gentlewoman as ever lived.