- having rivers or streams: an amply watered area.
- receiving rain or other precipitation.
- sprinkled, irrigated, etc., with water: a poorly watered garden.
- having a wavy, lustrous pattern or marking: watered silk.
- (of stock) issued in excess of a company's true worth.
Origin of watered
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Examples from the Web for well-watered
Near the head they came to a well-watered oasis of corn and bean fields.Bloom of Cactus
Robert Ames Bennet
Their fields were then well-watered and fruitful, and the inhabitants were cheerful and happy.The Magic City
There was no continuous forest, but extended, well-watered plains, interspersed with groves of a great variety of majestic trees.
The lowest terrace, bordering on the sea, is well-watered and fertile.The Desert World
England, Germany, and France are furnished with well-watered plains.The Story of the Hills
H. N. Hutchinson