A little instruction well given and well applied is worth any amount of "stuff" poorly done and unapplied.
Paris acclaimed her as a genius; which abused term was for once well applied.
At this stage two or three fomentations (see) well applied may very likely cure it entirely.
The advice which follows can be as well applied to old-fashioned candy making as to the new sort.
Profitable travel is often laborious, and like all well applied labor, pays.
As to many of these nations the terms are well applied, but the Argentine must be excepted.
The term is well applied to the Glamorganshire river, which runs through dingles and under mountains.
It is well applied to him who laboured incessantly, lived irreproachably, and died in harness, universally esteemed and regretted.
Your reproof, so well applied, I shall never forget: 'had you behaved in a more gentleman-like manner.'
For one's self, Montrose's verse may be well applied, "To win or lose it all."