receiving or involving good remuneration
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How to use well-paid in a sentence
And Derbyshire “always assume[s] that any black person in a well-paid position is an Affirmative Action hire.”
The legal gymnastics necessary to create such impenetrable networks is a testament to the ingenuity of well-paid attorneys.Consultants Are Cashing In On Campaigns’ Dark New Economics | Robert Maguire | February 22, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
I do it four, five times a year and I get very well paid for it.Legendary Documentarian Frederick Wiseman Shows Us How Berkeley Works | Nico Hines | November 10, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
To be sure, there are professorships, and ballistics experts in the Navy, but these aren't actually all that well paid.
He was paid, presumably well-paid, by an independent conservative group.
It is almost unnecessary to add, that the porter had his share well paid, and that the fisherman got the full value for his prize.The Book of Anecdotes and Budget of Fun; | Various
Ethel would have thought her sacrifice well paid for, had she seen her father's look of mournful pleasure.The Daisy Chain | Charlotte Yonge
"That would be well paid," said the old woman, nodding her head in a peculiar manner.Rudy and Babette | Hans Christian Andersen
I have been well paid for my little bit of you, but here is a life of honesty and a life of ill-luck and bitter disappointment.It Is Never Too Late to Mend | Charles Reade
They were, of course, well paid, and were kept in ignorance of what the supposed owner and his friends did ashore.The Czar's Spy | William Le Queux