wellcombined

combined

[kuhm-bahynd]
adjective
1.
made by combining; joined; united, as in a chemical compound.
2.
taken as a whole or considered together; in the aggregate: outselling all other brands combined.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English; see combine, -ed2

combinedly [kuhm-bahynd-lee, -bahy-nid-] , adverb
combinedness, noun
semicombined, adjective
uncombined, adjective
well-combined, adjective
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combine
c.1440, from M.Fr. combiner, from L.L. combinare "to unite, yoke together," from L. com- "together" + bini "two by two," adv. from bi- "twice." Combine "machine that cuts, threshes and cleans grain" (short for combine harvester) first attested 1857.
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