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  • Ende is a rather well-like author of childrens books here.

    Sweet Reading Sweets

  • Some patients have done very well-like Richard and Ryan Carlson, brothers from Rocklin, Calif., who both have the genetic defect that results in ALD.

    Loving Lorenzo

  • He's well-like and he knows what he's talking about.

    CNN Transcript Jul 17, 2008

  • No it's not OK to say this major well-like character might ruffle the wrong kind of feathers if we cast him with the ethnic background he was written as, so we'll make him white.

    Discworld thoughts

  • I could not find it at first; but, after a time in the profound obscurity, I came upon one of those round well-like openings of which I have told you, half closed by a fallen pillar.

    The Time Machine, by H. G. Wells

  • Ladder handholds ran down into this square well-like shaft, and, of course, the square shaft was perfectly aligned with the round one in the stalactite directly above it.

    Seven Deadly Wonders

  • Corner, about two and a half miles westerly; but, though I am acquainted with most of the ponds within a dozen miles of this centre I do not know a third of this pure and well-like character.

    Walden

  • A vast, well-like atrium, one so large that they could barely make out the far side.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • He had known he was hidden, had known he was safe from her eyes in the well-like darkness under the trees, but still he got the impression that she somehow knew where he was.

    Whispers At Midnight

  • And I think in this neighborhood that they took an innocent child's life and this girl was well-like in this neighborhood and she's going to be well-missed.

    CNN Transcript May 26, 2002

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