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The girl forgot her prayer in the horror of the discovery that there was to be a hitch in the well-planned arrangements.
CASTLE CRANEYCROWGEORGE BARR MCCUTCHEON
But in Ireland they are known as years of well-planned improvement in the practical administration.
THE EARL OF MAYOWILLIAM WILSON HUNTER
It was on the ground floor, but it was quiet, large but not enormous, and well-planned.
THE WAY OF AMBITIONROBERT HICHENS
Such an accurate division of groups reveals the fact of a conscious and well-planned interference with the natural order.
Many a well-planned attack has been defeated by the warning-snort of the sentinel mustang.
THE WAR TRAILMAYNE REID
In a well-planned house there should be separate bedrooms for every inmate except the very small children.
It is well-planned deception, but I shall take no chances with them.
THE WAR-TRAIL FORTJAMES WILLARD SCHULTZ
To do so has been justified as a means of developing interest of pupils in well-planned houses.
THE TEACHING OF ART RELATED TO THE HOMEFEDERAL BOARD FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
The aunts would never have stood up against a well-planned, determined, disagreeable resistance.
When the mother was laid up in the hospital for three months, Helen set about a well-planned campaign.

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