well-developed[ dih-vel-uh p ]SEE DEFINITION OF well-developed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WELL-DEVELOPED
I knew how to draw a little, and had a well-developed sense of colour.
But other members of the group to which the whale belongs have well-developed teeth in both jaws.
In short, to be a good scout is to be a well-developed, well-informed boy.
If for twenty-four, we might have the liquid charged with well-developed bacteria.
Intelligent also must they be, of well-developed and well-trained minds.
As for the last member of the family, Varenika, she was a well-developed girl of sixteen.
She had attained her full height, and was tall and well-developed.
The chief is a fine, stately, well-developed specimen of African manhood.
He had a dark moustache, and his chin was square and well-developed.
The Australian aboriginal has this quality in a well-developed degree.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR WELL-DEVELOPED
- without character
- without form