Definition of 'well-thought-of'
Example sentences containing 'well-thought-of'
He knew he'd earn riches as a merchant, and marry some well-thought-of young woman, one whom he would probably love, and father children.SHARDS OF A BROKEN CROWN (1995)
Definition of well-thought-of from the Collins English Dictionary
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