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

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His premonitions of disaster turned out to be but too well grounded.
THE MOON METALGARRETT P. SERVISS
The fate of those who remained proved that the fugitives forebodings had been well grounded.
Their indignation rose, well grounded on the growing feeling between the two segments of the train.
THE COVERED WAGONEMERSON HOUGH
Hearing that he was far from well, I went to see him, and found that the rumour was only too well grounded.
THE LIFE OF JAMES MCNEILL WHISTLERELIZABETH ROBINS PENNELL
But their confidence was as well grounded as their anchors, which held with an unshakable tenacity.
Doubts have been expressed as to the good faith of Mrs. Brown, but they do not appear to be well grounded.
Whether this idea is well grounded is a minor matter; that the idea has been in many minds is not to be questioned.
THE COVENANT OF SALTHENRY CLAY TRUMBULL
I wish him well grounded in mathematics and—oh, you understand, the financial branches.
GALUSHA THE MAGNIFICENTJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
Rupert was supposed to have a personal aversion to Sandwich, which may or may not have been well grounded.
Subsequent happenings showed how well grounded were her fears.
UNFETTEREDSUTTON E. GRIGGS