well-described


adjective (well described when postpositive)

(of a scene, picture, incident, etc) having been skillfully represented or expressed in words

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Example sentences from the Web for well-described

  • This condition has been well-described by various novelists, among them Zola, in Money.

  • It was merely the task of locating a well-described stranger in a comparatively small city.

    Uncle Sam Detective|William Atherton Du Puy
  • The story is capitally told, it abounds in graphic and well-described scenes, and it has an excellent and manly tone throughout.

    The Dash for Khartoum|George Alfred Henty