well-conditioned

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It is only the well-conditioned tree that yields its glorious harvest year by year.

Every well-conditioned bird should bring up its family in a “zoo” by preference.

They are small, but, having been acclimated, are sleek and well-conditioned.

They have picked, well-conditioned horses; the roads are excellent!

Thills were attached, in which was harnessed a well-conditioned horse.

For which sentiment every well-conditioned person will surely rebuke him.

The shorn yellow fields, the capacious red barns, the well-conditioned homes, all told eloquently of peace and plenty.

Nobody fears lest in a stand-up fight Chinese troops could whip an equal number of well-conditioned white troops.

You seem to be a very sensible, well-conditioned young person indeed, and I think you will suit.

In the neatly paved yard at the back of the house stood a well-conditioned cow, of the colour of a new-husked horse chestnut.

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