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View definitions for well-adjusted

well-adjusted

adjective as in normal

adjective as in together

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It takes a really smart and well-adjusted person to play someone so odd as Morgan Tookers.

“The data suggest that children of gay parents end up just as well-adjusted as those in heterosexual couples,” Markman told me.

His conclusion was that “overall, winners were well-adjusted, secure, and generally happy from the experience.”

He has an undeniably useful tool for an investigator, to be sure, but not one that lends itself to a happy or well-adjusted life.

The high-impact career, the harmonious marriage, the healthy, well-adjusted child?

Only by well-adjusted taxation was it possible to meet the public necessities.

The hands in their well-adjusted gloves were large even for her unusual height.

She had long since abandoned any hope of Madeleine being, even by stretching the norm, a well-adjusted girl.

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

Equilibrium results from that well-adjusted opposition of forces.

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On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to well-adjusted, such as: cool, healthy, reasonable, whole, right, and sound.

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

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