The door of the old tower was open, and they mounted a well-conditioned flight of circular steps towards the summit.
For which sentiment every well-conditioned person will surely rebuke him.
For a well-conditioned person of wholesome heredity to become an inebriate is not altogether an easy matter.
You seem to be a very sensible, well-conditioned young person indeed, and I think you will suit.
It is only the well-conditioned tree that yields its glorious harvest year by year.
In the neatly paved yard at the back of the house stood a well-conditioned cow, of the colour of a new-husked horse chestnut.
A well-conditioned ox cost only four dollars, and a "good eating-goat" was to be had for fifty cents.
They had covered eighteen miles at an average speed of eight miles an hour, and were well-conditioned little rats.
And every well-conditioned little girl had one of black silk.
But he showed her pastures of rich tufted grass with herds of well-conditioned cattle.
conditioned con·di·tioned (kən-dĭsh'ənd)
Exhibiting or trained to exhibit a conditioned response.