In food, there are some factual things—you wouldn't call a well-done steak “steak tartare.”
The Mystery of Edwin Drood was a clever, well-done entertainment.
For every well-done and lavish musical number, there have been countless appalling elements each week.
Thus the “well-done, good and faithful” comes from the servant himself in self-applause.
"Be careful you don't get 'well-done', Roy," advised Billy Carew.
Mr. Tamworth's was called "Children at Play," which did not seem appropriate, but was nevertheless neat and well-done.
Mutton, ten minutes to the pound for rare; fifteen for well-done.
The friend hugged his knees and enjoyed it like a well-done play.
What's the Feast of Bairam beside the Derby-day, or your confounded coloring beside a well-done cutlet?
The singer glanced at the white-haired lady—the great Mrs. Ariton—and she read "well-done, my child," in a smile of moist eyes.