prepared [pri-paird] ExamplesWord Originadjective
- properly expectant, organized, or equipped; ready: prepared for a hurricane.
- (of food) processed by the manufacturer or seller, by cooking, cleaning, or the like, so as to be ready to serve or use with little or no further preparation.
Origin of prepared First recorded in 1520–30; prepare + -ed2 Related formspre·par·ed·ly [pri-pair-id-lee, -paird-lee] /prɪˈpɛər ɪd li, -ˈpɛərd li/, adverbself-pre·pared, adjectivesu·per·pre·pared, adjectiveun·pre·pared, adjectiveun·pre·par·ed·ly, adverbwell-pre·pared, adjective Related Words for well-prepared enjoyable, yummy, tempting, enticing, delectable, pleasant, heavenly, delightful, luscious, tasty, rich, appetizing, savory, distinctive, piquant, exquisite, spicy, sweet, good, lush Examples from the Web for well-prepared Contemporary Examples of well-prepared
It was quite quick, and everything was well-prepared in advanced.
September 6, 2012
Historical Examples of well-prepared
Is it anything more than a well-prepared annal or chronicle?
Daniel G. Brinton
The enemy was at his strongest, well-prepared and expectant.
Charles Robert Mowbray Fraser Cruttwell
It can, however, be grown on any well-prepared land of a free nature.
Vegetables and legumes in well-prepared soups may also be used to advantage.
Mrs. E. E. Kellogg
A youth of cheerful labor and study brings its own reward of a well-prepared and happy adult life.
British Dictionary definitions for well-prepared well-prepared adjective (well prepared when postpositive)
- suitably prepared in advance