From well + built
well-built (comparative better-built or more well-built, superlative best-built or most well-built)
- Constructed in a pleasing or sound manner.
- 1978, Ogden Tanner, Garden Construction, page 7
- The basics of a well-built garden
- Muscular and lean, having a body resembling that of an athlete
- 1998, Nora Roberts, The Reef, page 3
- James Lassiter was forty years old, a well-built, ruggedly handsome man in the prime of his life, in the best of health.
- 2002, James Patterson, Violets Are Blue, page 180
- A well-built teenage boy in a soiled black leather studded vest and black jeans was crouched in the far corner of the cellar, waiting for us.