having good or sufficient representation
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How to use well-represented in a sentence
Of course, the South was much stronger than in the 1870s, not devastated by a war and extremely well represented in Congress.
This full-circle comparative literature process is well represented in modern war writing and recent Arabic fiction.'Fives and Twenty-Fives' Is Fiction Honed in a Combat Zone | Brian Castner | August 25, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The lack of males is a departure from the many clinical trials where men are well represented, Dr. Prowell told The Daily Beast.
Women in both countries are well represented in parliament—about 40%.
We have good reasons for thinking that women were particularly well represented in early Christian communities.
The standard works were well represented, however, and a reasonable amount of history.Ancestors | Gertrude Atherton
And the textile industry is well represented, as is brewing and distilling.Mexico | Charles Reginald Enock
The culture was well represented along rivers and inlets, and seemed to characterize a fishing rather than hunting folk.The New Stone Age in Northern Europe | John M. Tyler
It was well represented by foreign peoples, fifty-one nations and thirty-nine colonies participating.The Blue and The Gray | A. R. White
"We have no doubt his liberality is well represented by his surviving partner," said the gentleman, presenting his credentials.