But these stories are more than well-executed variations on a theme.
This is what a well-executed “OMG” moment actually looks like.
“This was serious, well-planned, well-executed,” Quigley said.
late 14c., "to carry into effect," from Old French executer (14c.), from Medieval Latin executare, from Latin execut-/exsecut-, past participle stem of exequi/exsequi "to follow out" (see execution). Meaning "to inflict capital punishment" is from late 15c. Related: Executed; executing.