having desirable or positive qualities especially those suitable for a thing specified;
(often used as a combining form) in a good or proper or satisfactory manner or to a high standard (`good' is a nonstandard dialectal variant for `well');
Canadian physiologist (born in the United States) who assisted F. G. Banting in research leading to the discovery of insulin (1899-1978)
without unusual distress or resentment; with good humor; "took the joke well"; "took the tragic news well"
tending to promote physical well-being; beneficial to health;
indicating high probability; in all likelihood; "I might well do it"; "a mistake that could easily have ended in disaster"; "you may well need your umbrella"; "he could equally well be trying to deceive us"
in excellent physical condition;
thoroughly or completely; fully; often used as a combining form; "The problem is well understood"; "she was well inform
be greater in scope or size than some standard;
distinguish oneself; "
be or do something to a greater degree;
a canvas tent to house the audience at a circus performance;
be ahead of others; be the first;
a garment (especially for women) that extends from the shoulders to the waist or hips;
covering for a hole (especially a hole in the top of a container);
a conical child's plaything tapering to a steel point on which it can be made to spin;
platform surrounding the head of a lower mast
the greatest possible intensity;
the upper part of anything;
finish up or conclude;
be the culminating event;
cut the top off;
situated at the top or highest position; "the top shelf"