generally considered as true or correct
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How to use well-accepted in a sentence
Densification may be revealed religion to British planners, but this faith is not well accepted by citizens who live nearby.City Leaders Are in Love With Density but Most City Dwellers Disagree | Joel Kotkin | September 16, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Well accepted effects are turning out to be hard to replicate outside of the labs of the people who discovered them.How Social Scientists, and the Rest of Us, Got Seduced By a Good Story | Megan McArdle | April 30, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
As far as the vast majority of qualified and political opinion is concerned, all these points are clear and well accepted.
We are very well accepted here, but we definitely, definitely want to move back.
It is a well-accepted axiom that under like circumstances the same cause produces the same effect.
This day we delivered our present to themperour, which was well accepted of with a cherefull countenance.Diary of Richard Cocks, Volume II | Richard Cocks
Thou hast set us in the battle, Thou art watching us in the fight; Thou art training us by well-accepted controversy.The Optimist's Good Morning | Florence Hobart Perin
Which message, though it was well accepted of the Duke; yet he deferred his answer until the morrow.An English Garner (4 of 8) | Various
It seems pretty well accepted that there was no escapement used, however, until more than two centuries after Gerbert's time.Time Telling through the Ages | Harry Chase Brearley