adjective(well accepted when postpositive)
  1. generally considered as true or correct

Words Nearby well-accepted

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How to use well-accepted in a sentence

  • This day we delivered our present to themperour, which was well accepted of with a cherefull countenance.

  • 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.

  • 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