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Definition of well:

part of speech: verb

To pour forth.

part of speech: noun

A spring; pit dug to water; inclosure round a ship's pumps.

part of speech: verb

To issue forth, as water from the earth.

part of speech: adjective

In a good state; in health.

part of speech: adjective

Rightly; properly; to a good degree; conveniently.

Common misspellings * :

  • whilr (0.1%)
  • wekk (1.1%)
  • welli (0.4%)
  • wellm (0.1%)
  • welle (0.1%)
  • weill (3.3%)
  • weel (13.6%)
  • qwell (0.1%)
  • whad (0.1%)
  • wlel (0.3%)
  • welp (0.1%)
  • wil (0.1%)
  • whats (0.1%)
  • proply (0.1%)
  • welll (22.8%)
  • welld (0.1%)
  • wwell (0.4%)
  • wlell (0.1%)
  • wlll (0.1%)
  • wewll (0.1%)
  • welkl (0.1%)
  • weli (0.2%)
  • wl (0.1%)
  • awell (0.6%)
  • weat (0.1%)
  • wekll (0.3%)
  • weoll (0.1%)
  • ewell (0.1%)
  • wellt (0.1%)
  • weelll (0.1%)
  • abley (0.1%)
  • wel (35.7%)
  • wellw (0.2%)
  • weell (2.7%)
  • whel (0.1%)
  • wll (10.0%)
  • ber (0.1%)
  • wella (1.0%)
  • wiel (0.1%)
  • welly (0.1%)
  • vell (0.5%)
  • weil (0.2%)
  • whell (2.7%)
  • weol (0.1%)
  • werll (0.1%)
  • woll (0.1%)
  • wqell (0.1%)
  • ll (0.1%)
  • we11 (0.3%)
  • weklkl (0.1%)
* Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,231,521 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

Usage examples :

  • " But you are well Eunice? "Eunice", - Margaret Murray Robertson
  • Oh well then, it's all up. "In the Wilderness", - Robert Hichens
  • Well how should I know that? "The Fortunate Youth", - William J. Locke
  • Well well wee'l leaue you Sicin. "Coriolanus", - Shakespeare, William

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