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well-cooked

adjective (well cooked when postpositive)
1.
having been cooked with skill so as to be pleasant to eat
2.
(of meat) having been cooked thoroughly
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  • Among a few friends he could tell a capital story and enjoy a well-cooked dish.

    The Teacher George Herbert Palmer
  • The phrase “if not well-cooked” is equivalent to the Attribute “not well-cooked”.

    Symbolic Logic Lewis Carroll
  • Simple meals, with plain but well-cooked dishes, should be planned.

  • Sprinkle it over any well-cooked dish, and it will not be visible.

    Darkness and Dawn Frederic W. Farrar
  • Will you really lay aside prejudice, Jack, and eat a well-cooked snake?

    The Wreck of The Red Bird George Cary Eggleston
  • Rather, she should give him a well-cooked dinner and say little or nothing.

  • A judicious housewife will first of all place meat on the fire, to have good soup and well-cooked meat.

    Popular Books on Natural Science Aaron David Bernstein
  • An appetite for plain, well-cooked food is a safe guide to follow.

    A Practical Physiology Albert F. Blaisdell
  • Its round, white top was faintly browned like a well-cooked meringue.

    Shadows of Flames Amelie Rives
  • In today's modestly equipped buildings the catering is often excellent, and good, well-cooked food is sold at reasonable prices.

    Half a Man Mary White Ovington

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