[wel-tey-kuh n]


soundly logical; worthy of consideration: Her advice is well-taken.

Origin of well-taken

First recorded in 1755–65
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Examples from the Web for well-taken

Historical Examples of well-taken

  • We hope that this friendly argument has been well-taken by all concerned and will cause no hard feelings.