well-taken

[wel-tey-kuhn]
adjective
soundly logical; worthy of consideration: Her advice is well-taken.

Origin:
1755–65

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Your point about respecting the vernacular is well-taken as it applies to every day conversations.
Your point about the speed is well-taken, especially when the other team's defense looks faster than your offense.
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