well-preserved

[wel-pri-zurvd]
adjective
having been maintained in good condition; preserving a good or healthy appearance: a well-preserved manuscript; a well-preserved elderly couple.

Origin:
1850–55

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well-preserved
 
adj
1.  kept in a good condition
2.  continuing to appear youthful: she was a well-preserved old lady

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Example sentences
Three of the basins are well-preserved and remain visible today.
Every well-preserved new dinosaur species tells us something.
The discovery suggests that many other fossil bones may contain well-preserved
  remnants of bone marrow, the scientists say.
The fish's remarkably well-preserved soft tissues include bundles of muscle
  cells, blood vessels, and nerve cells.
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