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Security, Medicare, Medicaid, food stamps; unemployment compensation, Inf. unemployment. well1, adv. 1. prosperously, profitably, advantageously, beneficially; fortunately, happily, auspiciously.
2. commendably, worthily, laudably, meritoriously; excellently, superbly, splendidly,
Inf. famously, in fine fashion, with flying colors.
3. satisfactorily, considerably, adequately; sufficiently, enough, O.K.
4. thoroughly, soundly, backwards and forwards, inside out; intimately, personally; carefully, conscientiously, attentively.
5. properly, correctly, rightly, suitably; civilly, nicely, politely.
6. undoubtedly, certainly, unquestionably; obviously, plainly, clearly.
-adj.
7. healthy, sound, in fine fettle, fit, physically fit, in good health; fine, ruddy, vigorous, hale, hearty, hale and hearty, robust, bursting with health.
8. satisfactory, fine, acceptable, O.K.; prosperous, flourishing, thriving, palmy, successful; promising, bright, fortunate, auspicious. well1,
n. 1. spring, wellhead, headspring, springhead; fountainhead, fountain, fount, Archaic, font; wellspring, reservoir, source, mine; hotbed.
2. pit, shaft, crater, abyss, crevasse; depression, hollow, concavity.
-v. 3. spring, gush, flow, stream, run, ooze, trickle; pour forth, issue, emanate; surge, swell, rush forth; spurt, spout, jet; flood, overflow, brim over, spill over
or out; emit, send forth, eject. well-balanced, adj. 1. sensible, sane, rational, reasonable; prudent, judicious, circumspect, thoughtful; sober, moderate, cool, cool-headed, level-headed; sound, commonsense, commonsensical, practical, down-to-earth, realistic; intelligent, discerning, discriminating; (both of personality) well-adjusted, SI. together.
2. symmetrical, well-proportioned, proportional, balanced; harmonious, concinnous, congruous; orderly, well-ordered, well-arranged, classic, apollonian; graceful, well-formed, well-made.
3. varied, diversified; motley, mixed, heterogeneous, well-being,
n. See welfare (def 1). well-born, adj. highborn, aristocratic, patrician, blue-blooded, silk-stocking; noble, gentle, genteel; royal, princely, kingly, titled, well-bred, adj. 1. well-brought-up, well-trained, well-mannered, well-behaved, highbred; polite, civil, mannerly, courteous; gracious, ladylike, ladyish, courtly, gentlemanly, gentlemanlike; debonair, charming, chivalrous, chivalric, gallant, cavalier.
2. refined, cultivated, polished, finished; elegant, graceful,
Scot. genty, genteel, fine, delicate, exquisite; urbane, suave, sophisticated, cosmopolitan, worldly.
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(all of animals) thoroughbred, pedigreed, purebred. well-defined, adj. clear, clear-cut, unmistakable, conspicuous, salient, obvious, evident; defined, distinct, discernible, recognizable, well-marked, vivid, graphic; unhidden, undisguised, unconcealed; perceptible, distinguishable, visible, audible; sharp, clean, uncluttered, unblurred, well-established, adj. 1. fixed, set, rooted, grounded, ingrained, entrenched, inveterate; long-established, established, longstanding, of long standing, traditional; venerable, time-honored, hallowed, immemorial.
2. stable, steady, sound, sturdy; dependable, reliable, trustworthy.

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What to Eat in Nagaland

Chhenchki

Tiny pieces of one or more vegetable, generally a dice of vegetables along with general odds and ends, often even the peels (of potatoes, squash, gourd, pumpkin, bitter gourd, or potol for example) usually flavoured with pachpouron, whole mustard seeds or kalo jira. Chopped shallot and garlic can also be used, but hardly any ground spices.

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