well[ wel ]SEE DEFINITION OF well
Synonyms for well
- alive and kicking
- in good health
- in the pink
- right as rain
- solid as a rock
- strong as an ox
- up to par
- wrapped tight
Antonyms for well
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WELL
Well, I've got to take the madam and the young folks over to the Casino.
Dal says he asked 'em, and he says they says, 'Well, why not?
"I never saw a philosopher that dressed so well as Plato," said Eudora.
You can just as well get into the hundred million class as not, and I know it.
Well, I'm buying and she's selling, and we'll have that money back.
Headley is a well-reported, God-fearing man, and will do well by thee.
Still he is well spotted, and them freckles mean iron in the blood.
I tell you he's alive and well, only he's lost your money and Pish's and mine and his own.
You may have noticed that night at the Oldakers'—well, women, Mr. Bines, are uncertain.
Well, if you have any business, you may state it at once, as I am quite busy.
"in a satisfactory manner," Old English wel, common Germanic (cf. Old Saxon wela, Old Norse vel, Old Frisian wel, Dutch wel, Old High German wela, German wohl, Gothic waila "well"), from PIE *wel-, *wol- (cf. Sanskrit prati varam "at will," Old Church Slavonic vole "well," Welsh gwell "better," Latin velle "to wish, will," Old English willan "to wish;" see will (v.)). Also used in Old English as an interjection and an expression of surprise. Well-to-do "prosperous" is recorded from 1825.