He said, “Egg creams are called egg creams because the top of a well-made egg cream looks like whipped egg white.”
The bridge might be solid and well-made, but if an earthquake causes one or both hills to shake, the bridge is weakened.
Boswell teaches writing at several MFA programs, but his stories are anything but “well-made.”
Both require a good sense of timing: a well-made drink and a well-delivered insight.
The application of a well-made flaxseed poultice, which should be neither too heavy nor too hot, is to be regarded as invaluable.
And Joe had lost an arm—he—that well-made, handsome, gallant fellow!
He was a well-made, active-looking man, with great arms and shoulders.
It was the body of a tall, well-made man, about forty years of age.
I found firmly fixed to the ground by means of stout wooden pegs half a dozen well-made wooden rails.
He is rather tall, well-made, good-looking for a native, and talkative.