It is well executed, and Charles II pronounced it “a very useful book.”
The Maps are well executed, and the work is most convenient for reference.
There is a well executed altar-piece in Venice, with the name Bernardinus de Senis.
The work is well executed throughout, and the varnish superior.
These paintings are boldly and well executed, and are of the highest interest.
Phil gave the signal for a forward pass, and it was well executed.
As these cascades are very pleasing when well executed, so they are highly disgusting when imperfect.
The laws are as well executed as they ever were, in this or any other country.
The scrolls are well executed, both in point of finish and style; the sound-hole also is cut with precision.
The translator's task was not always an easy one, but it has, I think, been well executed.
late 14c., "to carry into effect," from Old French executer (14c.), from Medieval Latin executare, from Latin execut-/exsecut-, past participle stem of exequi/exsequi "to follow out" (see execution). Meaning "to inflict capital punishment" is from late 15c. Related: Executed; executing.