/ˈwɛl ɪˈstæb lɪʃt/
permanently founded; settled; firmly set:
a well-established business; a well-established habit.
having permanence or security in a certain place, condition, job, etc:
a well-established brand
well-known or validated:
a well-established fact
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Several well-established eateries along the way offer hearty meals, quirky specialties, and plenty of local color.
Although public anger tends toward cyclical peaks and troughs, its varieties fall into well-established taxonomical grooves.
It's a fairly well-established technology that can be deployed at the same size as fossil-fuel plants.
The work starts with two well-established sets of data, one on violence and the other on the weather.
The chemical was an experimental derivative of a well-established anti-cancer drug called doxorubicin.
In both regions, the best houses are well-established.
The lure, he says, is not only the secrecy but also the industry's well-established competence.
They do not have well-established channels of discourse.
Most of the nutrition claims were easy to handle, as they are based on well-established science.
The other side of the overbooking coin is well-established.