Word:

Well-set

Well´-set`
a.1.Properly or firmly set.
2.Well put together; having symmetry of parts.
Adj.1.well-set - strongly and firmly constructed; "a well-knit argument"; "a well-knit theatrical production"; "well-knit athletes"; "a sailor short but well-set"- Alexander Hamilton
Synonyms: well-knit
strong, well-knit
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Well-meaning
well-meant
well-mined
Well-natured
Well-nigh
well-nourished
well-off
well-ordered
well-ordered set
Well-plighted
well-preserved
well-proportioned
well-qualified
Well-read
well-rounded
Well-seen
-- Well-set --
well-shaven
well-situated
Well-sped
Well-spoken
well-stacked
well-thought-of
well-timed
well-to-do
well-tried
well-turned
Well-willer
Well-wish
well-wisher
well-wishing
well-worn
well-written
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