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Related topics: Psychology, psychiatry
well-adjustedˌwell-adˈjusted adjective  MPSENSIBLEemotionally healthy and able to deal well with the problems of life opp maladjusted a happy, well-adjusted child
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well-adjustedFor the first five months of his life, Christopher was happy, well-adjusted and a trifle fat.Clones of identical fungi are passed down from parent colony to offspring, reducing the chance of conflict in a well-adjusted system.Why is it that they bestow their ardour upon the well-adjusted, wholesome architects of pop's fatal new maturity?
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