The Word is:”well”


adverb: well; comparative adverb: better; superlative adverb: best

1. in a good or satisfactory way.

“the whole team played well”
synonyms: skilfully, with skill, ably, competently, proficiently, adeptly, adroitly, deftly, dexterously,
effectively, expertly, with expertise, admirably, excellently, consummately, professionally
“he plays the piano well”
antonyms: poorly
in a way that is appropriate to the facts or circumstances.
“you did well to come and tell me”
synonyms: satisfactorily, in a satisfactory manner/way, nicely, correctly, rightly, properly,
fittingly, suitably, aptly, appropriately
“I am sure you will behave well”
antonyms: badly

  • with equanimity.
    “she took it very well, all things considered”
  • profitably; advantageously.
    “she would marry well or not at all”
  • in a condition of prosperity or comfort.
    “they lived well and were generous with their money”
  • synonyms: comfortably, in comfort, in (the lap of) luxury, in ease, splendidly, prosperously,

    without hardship
    “she hopes to make enough money to live well”

    2. in a thorough manner.

    “add the mustard and lemon juice and mix well”
    synonyms: thoroughly, completely, efficiently, rigorously, effectively, conscientiously,
  • industriously, carefully More
    “mix the ingredients well”
    carefully, closely, attentively, rigorously, in depth, exhaustively, from top to bottom, minutely, in detail, meticulously, scrupulously, assiduously, conscientiously, painstakingly, methodically, completely, comprehensively, fully, to the fullest extent, intensively, extensively
    “the company has obviously studied the car market well”
  • antonyms: casually, negligently

    to a great extent or degree (often used for emphasis).
    “the visit had been planned well in advance”
    synonyms: considerably, very much, greatly, to a great/marked extent/degree, a great deal,

    markedly, decidedly, substantially, easily, comfortably, materially, significantly, signally; informalseriously
    “he is well over forty”
    antonyms: barely, little

    adjective: well; comparative adjective: better; superlative adjective: best

    1. in good health; free or recovered from illness.

    “I don’t feel very well”
    synonyms: healthy, in good health, all right, fine, fit, fighting fit, as fit as a fiddle, as fit as a flea,
    robust, strong, vigorous, blooming, thriving, bursting with health, in rude health, hale, hale and hearty, hearty, in good shape, in excellent shape, in good condition, in tip-top condition, in good trim, in fine fettle, sound, sound in body and limb; More
    informalin the pink, up to snuff
    “it would be some time before she was completely well”
    antonyms: poorly

    exclamation: well

    1. used to express a range of emotions including surprise, anger, resignation, or relief.

    “Well, really! The manners of some people!”

  • used when pausing to consider one’s next words, to mark the resumption or end of a conversation, etc.
    “well, I suppose I could fit you in at 3.45”
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