adjective (well cooked when postpositive)
  1. having been cooked with skill so as to be pleasant to eat
  2. (of meat) having been cooked thoroughly
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Examples from the Web for well-cooked

Historical Examples of well-cooked

  • She was hungry herself, and could have appreciated a well-cooked meal.

    The Love Affairs of Pixie

    Mrs George de Horne Vaizey

  • The phrase “if not well-cooked” is equivalent to the Attribute “not well-cooked”.

    Symbolic Logic

    Lewis Carroll

  • Sprinkle it over any well-cooked dish, and it will not be visible.

    Darkness and Dawn

    Frederic W. Farrar

  • This is, perhaps, if well-cooked, the most excellent of all American dishes.

    The Art of Entertaining

    M. E. W. Sherwood

  • A well-cooked rissole, brought pleasantly to you, is good eating.