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If you reckon a fella having big feet means he is well endowed, you are in for a disappointment, ladies. The Sun (2016)These countries are comparatively well endowed with physical capital. Competing in a Global Economy (1990)Romania was well endowed with natural resources. Basic Marketing. Principles and Practice (1986)Her ex may have been well endowed but it was you she chose to be with. The Sun (2011)Also you will feel pretty uncomfortable if you are well endowed and not properly supported. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He isn't very well endowed and sometimes finds it difficult to get going. The Sun (2008)He's very well endowed and it hurts. The Sun (2006)He wasn't very well endowed. The Sun (2014)I'm quite well endowed and my manhood is very thick. The Sun (2008)So it worries me a little when the pundits insist the game will be won in midfield, where we are perhaps less well endowed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But a fourth said he was'very well endowed'. The Sun (2014)
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British English: endow VERB
You say that someone is endowed with a particular desirable ability, characteristic, or possession when they have it by chance or by birth.
You are endowed with wealth, good health, and a lively intellect.
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