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having been maintained in good condition; preserving a good or healthy appearance:
a well-preserved manuscript; a well-preserved elderly couple.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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Three of the basins are
and remain visible today.
new dinosaur species tells us something.
The discovery suggests that many other fossil bones may contain
remnants of bone marrow, the scientists say.
The fish's remarkably
soft tissues include bundles of muscle cells, blood vessels, and nerve cells.
Our goal is to find a
mummy to gain clues into this incredible form of mummification in the tropics.
There is a
downtown and many unique boutique shops and restaurants.
buildings fill the streets of this picturesque town.
The park has several
historical rifle pits and two forts.
The tourist town has an abundance of
Four years ago, a gold prospector found a large, unusually shaped spear point and a
wooden harpoon on that spot.
British Dictionary definitions for
well preserved when postpositive
kept in a good condition
continuing to appear youthful
she was a well-preserved old lady
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