of a definite form, shape, or character (often used in combination): a U-shaped driveway.
designed to fit a particular form, body, or contour: a shaped garment.
Furniture. having other than a plane surface.
Origin of shaped
Related formswell-shaped, adjective
First recorded in 1530–40; shape
Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019
Examples from the Web for well-shaped
Historical Examples of well-shaped
But do you not know,” replied Socrates, “that some bodies are well-shaped and others not?
Giovanelli lifted his well-shaped eyebrows and showed his brilliant teeth.
Their features full and well-shaped with large, Roman noses.
Joan was beautiful, well-shaped, dark-haired, and charming in her manner.
The way to do it is this: Get a clean, well-shaped fresh egg.
British Dictionary definitions for well-shaped
adjective (well shaped when postpositive)
(of physical attributes) having a good shape aesthetically or for a certain functionher well-shaped teeth
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