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very well

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvery wellvery wellold-fashioned spoken used to agree to something very
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very wellIn the psyche, as we know, such opposites as true and false coexist very well.Nevertheless, it captures the essence of the game very well.The last time they played, Taylor took Michael Irvin man-to-man most of the day and did very well.Life in a Mayfair rectory suited her very well and she had private means.Gentlemen, you could very well be using this gravel strip as an emergency landing field for huge bombers.She decided to rest, having treated enough cases of sunstroke to know very well how easily it was caught.All three are very well represented as sediments, shelly fossils and trace.fossils.Very well, you can go to Emily's house, but be back by 7 p.m.
very wellvery wellformal used to show that you agree with an idea or accept a suggestion ‘Very well, ’ he said. ‘I accept.’ well
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very wellIn the psyche, as we know, such opposites as true and false coexist very well.Nevertheless, it captures the essence of the game very well.The last time they played, Taylor took Michael Irvin man-to-man most of the day and did very well.Life in a Mayfair rectory suited her very well and she had private means.Gentlemen, you could very well be using this gravel strip as an emergency landing field for huge bombers.She decided to rest, having treated enough cases of sunstroke to know very well how easily it was caught.All three are very well represented as sediments, shelly fossils and trace.fossils.It was all very well to be indignant, but she had driven him away.