well-made

[wel-meyd]
adjective
1.
skillfully built or constructed: a well-made sofa.
2.
strongly built; well-built: sturdy, well-made youngsters.

Origin:
1250–1300; Middle English

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well-made
 
adj
made to a good or high standard

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Example sentences
Firstly, it must be a well-made verbal object that does honor to the language
  in which it is written.
The well-made works of the veteran choreographer are always pleasant, if rarely
  stirring.
He considered them well-made police movies that didn't go far.
Griffin's scones are so light and moist that they fall between cake and a
  well-made muffin.
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