well-rounded

[wel-roun-did]
adjective
1.
having desirably varied abilities or attainments.
2.
desirably varied: a well-rounded curriculum.
3.
fully developed; well-balanced.

Origin:
1870–75

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well-rounded
 
adj
1.  rounded in shape or well developed: a well-rounded figure
2.  full, varied, and satisfying: a well-rounded life
3.  well planned and balanced: a well-rounded programme

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well-rounded
1796, from well (adv.) + pp. of round. Fig. sense is from mid-19c.
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Example sentences
The magazine may be quite interesting, but it is not the place to get a
  well-rounded education.
His popularity has always owed more to his raffish, well-rounded personality
  than to his views.
Of course, he's likely a tad more well-rounded than some, doing amateur theater
  on the weekends.
They see scientific investigation and religious faith as complementary
  components of a well-rounded life.
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