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SEE DEFINITION OF well-preserved
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The Australian lady set her down as a well-preserved forty at least.

He was fair and well-preserved, perfectly dressed, mature and complete.

All the furniture in the room was as old-fashioned and as well-preserved as it could be.

Lady Margaret was a well-preserved woman of aristocratic pose.

This portrait is that of a handsome, temperate, well-preserved man.

In the majority of well-preserved preparations it is irregularly plicated, and resembles a thin, but firm, crumpled paper.

He is a well-preserved man for his age and has a remarkably good memory.

They are characterised by their very fresh and well-preserved appearance.

Fig. 62A shows the microscopic details from a well-preserved leaf.

To me she will never seem young again, only well-preserved, alas!