having good physical support: a sofa in which your back is well supported
having a lot of support or encouragement: friendly matches were less well supported
substantially upheld by evidence or facts: many well-supported theories
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How to use well-supported in a sentence
The effect of rising home values on consumer spending is well supported by economic research.
I did not wish to go before the mission with my proposition until I had it well supported.Silver Chimes in Syria | W. S. Nelson
The population was only three hundred, but a weekly paper had been started and was well supported.Ocean to Ocean on Horseback | Willard Glazier
Sporting events, also cricket and football leagues for munition workers, have been well supported.The Romance of the Red Triangle | Arthur Keysall Yapp
And when they are become so, they have then the best chance for being well supported.
A clear path, therefore, toward this object also must be thrown open, and well supported.Novum Organum | Francis Bacon