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agreeable, amiable, amicable, civil, compatible, congenial, cordial, friendly, genial, inoffensive.
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well
Definition:
In such manner as is desirable; so as one could wish; satisfactorily; favorably; advantageously; conveniently.

Synonyms:

adjective
advisable
Recommendable.
all
good, well.
healthy
able-bodied, blooming, chipper, fine, fit, flourishing, fresh, full of life, great, hale, hardy, healthy, hearty, husky, right, robust, sane, sound, strong, together, trim, vigorous, whole, wholesome, bright-eyed, solid as a rock, alive and kicking, bushy-tailed, in good health, in the pink, right as rain, strong as an ox, up to par, wrapped tight, rosy-cheeked, safe and sound, salutary, in fine feather.
improved
up and around.
lucky, fortunate
advisable, agreeable, bright, comfortable, fitting, good, happy, pleasing, profitable, proper, prosperous, providential, prudent, satisfactory, thriving, useful.
prosperous
main line, well-heeled, in the money, money to burn, mainline, palmy, uptown, palmiest, in clover, upper-class, doing well, lousy rich, main-line, on top of heap.
sane
oriented, of sound mind, in one's right mind, both oars in water, having all marbles, in right mind, playing with full deck.
sound
uninjured, Undecayed, right as rain, well-constructed.
adverb
all
well.
correctly
fitly, properly.
freely
loosely, open-handedly.
happily, pleasantly; capably
ably, accurately, adequately, admirably, agreeably, attentively, carefully, closely, competently, completely, conscientiously, correctly, effectively, efficiently, excellently, expertly, famously, favorably, fully, irreproachably, nicely, proficiently, profoundly, properly, rightly, satisfactorily, skillfully, smoothly, soundly, splendidly, strongly, successfully, suitably, thoroughly, Capitally, adeptly, commendably, with skill, in a satisfactory manner.
indeed
naturally.
justly
piously, virtuously.
lightly
gingerly, lightly, sparsely.
quite
largely, purely.
rather
rather.
really
nothing else but.
somewhat
kind of.
successfully
fortuitously, successfully.
sufficiently
abundantly, amply, appropriately, becomingly, considerably, easily, effortlessly, entirely, extremely, far, fittingly, freely, greatly, heartily, highly, luxuriantly, plentifully, quite, rather, readily, somewhat, substantially, very much, wholly, by a wide margin.
swimmingly
swimmingly, like clockwork.
well
admirably, beneficially, benignly, excellently, favorably, finely, laudably, nicely, pleasantly, praiseworthily, splendidly, water hole, worthily, commendably.
adverb
absolutely
perfectly.
agreeably
affably, amiably, amicably, benevolently, charmingly, convivially, genially, good-naturedly, graciously, pleasingly, Affirmatively, Good-humoredly.
certainly
undoubtedly.
completely
altogether, entirely, quite, utterly.
correctly
befittingly, decently, decorously, properly.
entirely
reservedly, uniquely, Undividedly, without exception, in every respect, without reservation.
fortunately
in good time, opportunely, providentially, seasonably, by good luck, by happy chance.
freely
extravagantly, unhindered, unstintingly, openhandedly, without restraint, without stint, as one pleases, like water, unobstructedly, with a free hand, without encumbrance, without hindrance.
indeed
in point of fact, in truth, to be sure, undeniably, veritably, be sure, for real, in deed.
justly
benignly, charitably, dutifully, equitably, impartially, lawfully, legitimately, respectably, righteously, straightforwardly, temperately, tolerantly, unreservedly, uprightly, Beneficently, evenhandedly, duteously.
lightly
agilely, airily, breezily, daintily, faintly, flippantly, frivolously, heedlessly, leniently, slightingly, sparingly, subtly, tenuously, thinly, thoughtlessly, timidly, Ethereally, unsubstantially.
perfectly
Consummately.
quite
all in all, in fact, in reality, In Toto, in all respects.
rather
a good bit.
really
admittedly, as a matter of fact, authentically, beyond doubt, categorically, unmistakably, verily, in actuality, no ifs ands or buts.
somewhat
a little, insignificantly, tolerably, bearably, in part, to a degree, not much, a degree, ratherish.
successfully
happily, triumphantly, victoriously, Flourishingly, Thrivingly.
sufficiently
abundantly, adequately, barely, completely, entirely, fully, hardly, insufficiently, quite, wholly.
swimmingly
cosily, with flying colors, with no trouble, like a dream, as planned.
very well
excellently.
well
admirably, beneficially, benignly, excellently, favorably, finely, laudably, nicely, pleasantly, praiseworthily, splendidly, worthily, commendably.
noun
artifact
well.
beginning
inception, germs.
body of water
bay, bayou, cove, ditch, estuary, fiord, gulf, inlet, lagoon, lake, ocean, pond, pool, puddle, reservoir, sound, strait, tank.
fountain
bubbler, mainspring, wellhead, mainsprings, bubblers, wellheads.
in addition
additionally, Including, along with.
oasis
oasis, watering hole, watering holes.
pit
abyss, cavity, chasm, crater, crevasse, deep, pit, shaft, bottomless pit.
water hole
abyss, bore, chasm, depression, derivation, fount, fountain, fountainhead, geyser, inception, mine, mouth, origin, pit, pool, repository, reservoir, root, shaft, source, spa, spout, spring, watering place, wellspring, springs, hole.
well
advantageously, advisable, all-right, asymptomatic, comfortably, considerably, cured, easily, fine, fortunate, fountainhead, good, healed, intimately, recovered, substantially, swell, symptomless, wellspring.
verb
motion
swell, well.
Examples of usage:
  1. " Well, don't," she said. – The Girl at Cobhurst by Frank Richard Stockton
  2. " Well, I had that to say to you, and have said it. – The Triumph of Hilary Blachland by Bertram Mitford
  3. Very well, father, come in, please. – His Family by Ernest Poole
  4. Well done, I say- well done! – The World For Sale, Complete by Gilbert Parker Last Updated: March 14, 2009
  5. It was well that he was. – The Snow-Burner by Henry Oyen

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