well thought of

well-thought-of

[wel-thawt-uhv, -ov]
adjective
highly esteemed; of good reputation: a well-thought-of scholar; This new book is well-thought-of.

Origin:
1570–80

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well-thought-of
 
adj
having a good reputation; respected

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