adjective(well demonstrated when postpositive)
  1. (of an ability, fact, idea, etc) shown, manifested, or proved convincingly or thoroughly

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How to use well-demonstrated in a sentence

  • This difference of opinion is well demonstrated by the ideas that have been advanced concerning this food.

    Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 3 | Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences
  • The development of a good memory depends in no small degree on the closeness with which we follow certain well-demonstrated laws.

    The Mind and Its Education | George Herbert Betts
  • The mobility of the Boers was again well demonstrated by the retreat of the burghers from the environs of Ladysmith.

    With the Boer Forces | Howard C. Hillegas
  • Moreover, he was regular, and never went out except for well-demonstrated requirements of the orchard and vegetable garden.

    Les Misrables | Victor Hugo
  • It seems to be fairly well demonstrated that tannins are intermediate products for the formation of cork tissue.

    The Chemistry of Plant Life | Roscoe Wilfred Thatcher