having a good position or site: a well-situated airport
in a good position or situation to carry something out: he was well situated as president
having sufficient funds; well-off
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How to use well-situated in a sentence
The ground designed for the town and fortifications is well situated upon a regular ascent from the waterside.History of Prince Edward Island | Duncan Campbell
After all, it was well situated in the paper, on quite an important page, and there was over a column of it.The Regent | E. Arnold Bennett
The elder Grant was not poor in the usual sense of the term—on the contrary, he was quite well situated for the time and place.The Blue and The Gray | A. R. White
Matamoras was peculiarly well situated for a blockade-running point.The Naval History of the United States | Willis J. Abbot.
This town of Tor is small but well situated, all its inhabitants being Christians who speak Arabic.