The Rev. Doctor Smith delivered upon the occasion a well-adapted discourse.
His notes are generally brief, and well-adapted to their purpose.
Essential to the stable economic growth we seek is a system of well-adapted and efficient financial institutions.
Well, the three places I have given you are all well-adapted.
As a rule, in all well-adapted caterpillars, considering their colour in its totality, this is certainly not the case.
I recognize this as a well-adapted thing to say, to divert attention from a discorrelate.
early 15c. (implied in adapted) "to fit (something, for some purpose)," from Middle French adapter (14c.), from Latin adaptare "adjust," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + aptare "join," from aptus "fitted" (see apt). Meaning "to undergo modification so as to fit new circumstances" (intransitive) is from 1956. Related: Adapting.