We left Hawa knowing the children were at least in good hands: well-fed, well-clothed.
It was a heroic fight, that of this poor famine-pinched, undisciplined mob against the well-fed, well-clothed veterans of France.
The canoes were filled with well-clothed, intelligent natives.
Again he saw his big, well-clothed figure in a glass, and he smiled.
He sent his labouring people out to the neighbourhood, and gathered to him thirty well-clothed men, and rode home with them.
Then the neatness and apparent cleanliness of the villages, and the well-clothed, well-mannered people—all so “respectable.”
They certainly looked fighting fit and fat, and well-clothed.
Well-fed, well-clothed and well-housed, he still fears the elements and dreads exposure and hunger.
Judicious "hardening" means ample exposure of well-fed and well-clothed children.
This well-clothed vegetable is now fit to see company, or make love.