well conditioned

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


"The hens are well conditioned, O Antoninus," answered the boy, simply.

As he looked ahead he never forgot that the fighter must be well conditioned.

A dozen and a half of clouds trimmed with black, and well conditioned.

And they devoured them, whose bodies were very beautiful and well conditioned.

The which goods they gott safly home, and well conditioned, which was much to the comfort & contente of ye plantation.

Three dogs, well conditioned, and of a large breed, lay before the fire.

The city is very beautiful, and, like all the New England towns, most clean and well conditioned.

But the Prince's army was not well conditioned: it was demoralized by retreat, hungry, ragged, dizzy with lack of sleep.

And when he is well conditioned and perfect, men hold that he is good among all other hounds.

His team consisted of four yoke of young oxen, well conditioned for the trip.