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A well-endowed University, and seminaries of learning are there.

Our village was blessed amongst other things with a well-endowed school.

Our village was blessed, amongst other things, with a well-endowed school.

If they failed, there were always some unspoiled, well-endowed barbarians to step forward and “carry on.”

It was a noble, a well-endowed, and an independent institution; and it proffered education as a boon.

I know a certain poet, who happens to have been well-endowed with physical graces by our mother nature.

The lady was fair to behold, of gracious manners, and well-endowed with worldly benefits.

There are a large number of well-endowed chairs and lectureships and the normal number of students exceeds 2000.

Not without a struggle had she abandoned her hope that he would make a well-endowed match.

After the death of Margaret Plays, her widower found, with the peculiar instinct of his race, a second well-endowed wife.

WORD ORIGIN

1680s, "with ample material endowments," from well (adv.) + past participle of endow. Sexual sense is attested from 1951.

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