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

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By raising the flaps on one side and lowering them on the other the balance was well preserved.
Some travellers say the color is all lost, but I was agreeably surprised to find it well preserved.
By the last two methods the colour of the flowers may be well preserved.
The floor was so well preserved that but little work was required to put it in good condition.
The two others were more or less uncovered; their coffins were well preserved.
TRAVELS THROUGH NORTH AMERICA, V. 1-2BERHARD SAXE-WEIMAR EISENACH
Some of the stucco ornaments are still very beautiful and well preserved.
OLD ROMEROBERT BURN
Within the leaden coffins he saw the cold remains; some well preserved, others but handfuls of dust.
Amber objects are well preserved in water or in peat, but if they have lain in earth, they are darkened and often friable.
When entirely surrounded with bone ash objects are well preserved, and only covered with a thin layer of oxide.
It is in use during August and September, and will even keep as long as Christmas, if well preserved.
BRITISH POMOLOGYROBERT HOGG