received

[ri-seevd]
adjective
generally or traditionally accepted; conventional; standard: a received moral idea.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English; see receive, -ed2

well-received, adjective
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received (rɪˈsiːvd)
 
adj
generally accepted or believed: received wisdom

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received
mid-15c., "generally accepted as true or good," pp. adj. from receive.
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Example sentences for wellreceived
These were broadly faithful to the originals and were quite wellreceived.
They recorded two wellreceived albums, changes one and changes two.
Chrono trigger was wellreceived by reviewers and commercially successful.
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