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well-found

[ wel-found ]
/ ˈwɛlˈfaʊnd /
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adjective
well-furnished with supplies, necessaries, etc.: a well-found ship.
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Origin of well-found

1300–50 for earlier sense “welcome”; Middle English
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British Dictionary definitions for well-found

well-found

adjective (well found when postpositive)
furnished or supplied with all or most necessary things
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