well-rounded

[wel-roun-did]
adjective
1.
having desirably varied abilities or attainments.
2.
desirably varied: a well-rounded curriculum.
3.
fully developed; well-balanced.

Origin:
1870–75

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well-rounded
 
adj
1.  rounded in shape or well developed: a well-rounded figure
2.  full, varied, and satisfying: a well-rounded life
3.  well planned and balanced: a well-rounded programme

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Word Origin & History

well-rounded
1796, from well (adv.) + pp. of round. Fig. sense is from mid-19c.
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Example sentences
To bo a well rounded reader than you need to read all types of books, even the
  sad ones.
The rest of the roster, for all its flaws, is well rounded.
He was not what anybody would have called well rounded.
On the whole though, they have a fairly well rounded education, better manners
  and a pleasing degree of self confidence.
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