Thesaurus / well adjusted


Man's upright position has not been well adjusted by appropriate structures.

The Nervous HousewifeAbraham Myerson

Though the fly wheel was heavy it turned easily because well adjusted and oiled.

The Motor Boys AfloatClarence Young

The acts of criminals may be as well adjusted to their ends and as easy to predict as those of a good man.

No other poem of Longfellows is so well adjusted in form and content.

They seem to have made tremendous strides and are leading lives as well adjusted as anyone else.

Others again are consequences of imperfect workmanship; as when an instrument, once well adjusted, will not remain so.

These must have been pleasant evenings in Regent Street, when the circle chanced to be well adjusted there.

Considered as a machine for developing good fellows and good sportsmen, it was well adjusted and well oiled; it worked.

And, according to tests, such creative people often are classified as not normal and not well adjusted.

Herein is LoveReuel L. Howe
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