Well in a sentence

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I learned from a well- informed person that the sum of one hundred thousand francs from the private funds of the Emperor was distributed by M. Dequevauvilliers, secretary of the treasury of the chamber, among the authors of the poetry sent to the Tuileries; and finally, fashion, which makes use of the least events, invented stuffs called roi-de-Rome, as in the old regime they had been called dauphin.
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He perceived she was remarkably well- informed for a woman, and prodigiously so for a French woman.
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But all these stories, as I said before, are tangled as a dream; for the twelfth century monks, in their loyal devotion to the see of Rome, are apt to introduce again and again ecclesiastical customs which belonged to their own time, and try to represent these primaeval saints as regular and well- disciplined servants of the Pope.
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Wandering along the great tide-flats near Spalding and the old Well- stream, in search of waifs, and strays, of wreck or eatables, he saw three porpoises stranded far out upon the banks.
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Borrow, it is true, was ready enough to condone the offences of those who sought dupes among the well- to-do public; but he preferred the honester members of the vagrant class; and it is plain that they reciprocated the preference, for they regarded the Romany Rye with an almost superstitious reverence on account of his truth, honour bright and fair speech.
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Remember the sides should have well- built shoulders, well graded away from the sides of the road bed.
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Well- I'm going to have him, that's all.
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Come down, or we'll-" Something struck him heavily and he fell, with a bullet in the shoulder.
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To whose faint perfume such wild power is given, To call up visions-only loved too well;- Ye too must perish!-Wherefore now divide Tributes of love-first offerings of the heart;- Gifts-that so long have slumbered side by side; Tokens of feeling-never meant to part!
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I rose from my couch,-and the first impression I had was that of a singular ease and lightness-a sense of physical strength and well- being that was delightful beyond expression.
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You can copy a Claude and you can copy a Constable, for the pictures have well- defined outline and the forms are tangible.
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I am sure that if he had noticed it, it would have enticed him, for the spirit of chance was well- grounded in him, as it is in all Army men.
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To myself the geology was an excellent, well-condensed, well- digested resume of all that has been made out in North America, and every geologist ought to be grateful to you.
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The subject is in many ways so very important for me; I wish much you would think of any well- worked Floras with from 1000-2000 species, with the varieties marked.
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Then red coats, flashing like sparks of fire across the gray gap of mist at the ride's-mouth, then a whipper-in, bringing up a belated hound, burst into the pathway, smashing and plunging, with shut eyes, through ash-saplings and hassock-grass; then a fat farmer, sedulously pounding through the mud, was overtaken and bespattered in spite of all his struggles;- until the line streamed out into the wide rushy pasture, startling up pewits and curlews, as horsemen poured in from every side, and cunning old farmers rode off at inexplicable angles to some well- known haunts of pug: and right ahead, chiming and jangling sweet madness, the dappled pack glanced and wavered through the veil of soft grey mist.
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The room was filled with nets, guns, and keepers' tackle, while a well- filled shelf of books hung by the wall.
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John Bull, however, has not yet awakened sufficiently to listen to his overtures, but sits up in bed, dolefully rubbing his eyes, and bemoaning the evanishment of his protectionist dream- altogether realising tolerably, he and his land, Dr. Watts' well- known moral song concerning the sluggard and his garden.
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Well- dressed, clean-shaved chap 'e was, smoking a cigarette.
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The spectacle of a well- built, well-groomed, and fashionable young man sitting moodily upon a park bench was certainly to be noted.
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Verbal contention is, of course, commoner among the poor and the vulgar than in the class of well- bred people living at their ease, but I doubt whether the lower ranks of society find personal association much more difficult than the refined minority above them.
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Examples of Well

Example #1
On the evening of the 20th of March at nine o'clock the King of Rome was anointed in the chapel of the Tuileries.
Example #2
Verses were sung or recited at all the theaters; and there was no poetic formula, from the ode to the fable, which was not made use of to celebrate the event of the 20th of March, 1811.
Example #3
She understood half a word-knew a great deal-and guessed at the remainder.
Example #4
He discovered many merits in her.
Example #5
It may be remarked that St. Serf is said to have come into a "dysart" or desert.
Example #6
He wanders away to the spot where Glasgow city now stands, lives in a rock hollowed out into a tomb, is ordained by an Irish bishop (according to a Celtic custom, of which antiquaries have written learnedly and dubiously likewise), and has ecclesiastical authority over all the Picts from the Frith of Forth to the Roman Wall.