well-behaved

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well +‎ behaved

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well-behaved (comparative better-behaved or more well-behaved, superlative best-behaved or most well-behaved)

  1. (of a person or animal) Having good manners and acting properly; conforming to standards of good behaviour;
    The boy is well behaved and is seldom naughty.
  2. (mathematics) Having intuitive, easy to handle properties, especially: having a finite derivative of all orders at all points, and having no discontinuities.

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