well-established

[ wel-i-stab-lisht ]SEE DEFINITION OF well-established

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WELL-ESTABLISHED

Even in the well-established jellyfish there is a fountain of change.

It is a well-established fact that the thumbs of all misers are "tied in" and cramped-looking.

They had had a share in most of the well-established business of the town.

That is invariably the view of the well-established in the factory.

Once well-established, Columbines come to stay, and are most lovely!

In most cases, where Fox spoke in the churches, he was exercising a right which was well-established.

He speaks of "the yearly meeting" as though it were a well-established institution.

The old and well-established law was: "An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth."

That this Boa attains an immense size is a well-established fact.

This is but the well-established proposition of the impenetrability of matter.

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