Well-he in a sentence

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Well-[he says]-, "Gold Hill" sells at $5,000 per foot, cash down; "Wild Cat" isn't worth ten cents.
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Well-he tries to explain and says that he was conscious of some emotional excitement and of a sense of something beautiful, he doesn't know exactly what-a vague feeling of exaltation or perhaps of profound sadness.
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A pretty woman would want to show off her frock; and well-he was going to drive a lady!
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He remembered her birthday well-he had always observed it religiously, even that last birthday so soon before she left him, when he was almost certain she was faithless.
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And it is a fact that of all the four-footed folk in Pleasant Valley-and on Blue Mountain as well-he was one of the busiest.
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Although these words were spoken in a tone rather of regret than of blame, they wounded the sensibilities of the person addressed; his wide nostrils began to twitch ominously, he clenched his right hand over the handle of his whip, and, while he seemed to be bowing humbly, he struck such a heavy blow on the bare leg of a slave who was standing near to him, an old Ethiopian, that he shuddered as if from sudden cold, though-knowing his lord only too well-he let no cry of pain escape him.
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Well-he had learned at last what his experience with his poor, valiant, puzzled mother might have taught him: that one must never ask from women any view but the personal one, any measure of conduct but that of their own pains and pleasures.
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Well-he knew it now, and it had neither charm nor peril for him.
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Well-he had better be left to play the fool in peace; his pastoral will keep him from meddling in state affairs.
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Well-he was a bedient old soul, after all, he was.
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The Captain is a nice chap, but he is not in his first youth, and he is tired, and, well-he is a bit nervous.
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Examples of Well-he

Example #1
The country is fabulously rich in gold, silver, copper, lead, coal, iron, quicksilver, marble, granite, chalk, plaster of Paris (gypsum), thieves, murderers, desperadoes, ladies, children, lawyers, Christians, Indians, Chinamen, Spaniards, gamblers, sharpens; coyotes (pronounced ki-yo- ties), poets, preachers, and jackass rabbits.
Example #2
The sidewalks and streets of Carson, and the Plaza, thronged all day with a motley aggregation-a museum of races, which it was an education merely to gaze upon.
Example #3
What is the source of these instinctive feelings, these vague intuitions and introspective sensations?
Example #4
Can an inspiration come from a blank mind?
Example #5
That could not be inappropriate, and it would make the Jury assess the damages high.
Example #6
He did not care for dogs, or he would have named them; and it was in desperation at last-for his knowledge of charities was limited-that he decided on the blind.