(of an event, project, etc) suitably devised or drafted in advance to ensure success
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How to use well-planned in a sentence
Moscow officials suggested that the attack on the Russian embassy was a well-planned action.
For many this seems more like a well-planned campaign than mere coincidence.What the Troops in Afghanistan Are Saying About Bergdahl | Nick Willard | June 10, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The CIA is the only agency left that could pull off something as complex and well planned an operation as the Internet.Putin Was Right: This Internet Thing Really Was Created by the CIA | Eli Lake | April 24, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Her route is well planned, yet somewhere—on the streets of Tehran, in a yurt in Turkmenistan—Lin-Liu loses her way.
But is his kind of love—“a resolute march to the future, well planned and equipped and unhindered by doubt”—enough?My Sentimental Education: Susan Choi’s Novel of Stormy Love | Wendy Smith | July 11, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
In 1887 a most determined and well-planned movement was made by Scottish yachtsmen against the 'America' Cup.Yachting Vol. 2 | Various.
The expedition had been well planned, and vigorously executed, but unforseen circumstances defeated it.The Indian: On the Battle-Field and in the Wigwam | John Frost
They had not taken Molly into their confidence, but what they intended to do was well planned beforehand.Molly Brown's Sophomore Days | Nell Speed
The Princess's dress was particularly well planned and showed her off well, as the veil concealed the thinness of her neck.Memoirs of the Duchesse de Dino v.1/3, 1831-1835 | Dorothy Duchesse de Dino
A well-planned piece of work, cleverly performed, made it advantageous to the couple to go abroad.In Friendship's Guise | Wm. Murray Graydon