Our medicine has so dramatically improved since the primitive era so well described by Candice Millard's lively book.
But Landor's polished, clean-cut intaglios have been well described as "written in marble."
Yet if I found just this evening well described in a novel, I should enjoy it heartily.
St. Evremond has so well described its attractions that his words should be literally given.
The effect of a hurricane is well described by Washington Irving.
There now followed that operation, well described as "the race to the sea."
Virgil has well described all these habits of aquatic birds.
How can that be, unless there is precisely that sympathy between you which you have so well described?
Its flight has been well described as “precipitate and awkward.”
Everything so prepared, so studied, so well described to impress the subscribers of the enterprising journal.
early 13c., descriven, from Old French descrivre, descrire (13c.), from Latin describere "to write down, copy; sketch, represent" (see description). Reconstructed with Latin spelling 16c. Related: Describable; described, describes, describing.