written [rit-n] Examplesverb
- a past participle of write.
Related formshalf-writ·ten, adjectivepre·writ·ten, adjectiveself-writ·ten, adjectivewell-writ·ten, adjectiveCan be confusedaural oral verbal written (see usage note at verbal) Related Words for well-written enjoyable, satisfying, gripping, worthwhile, fascinating, absorbing, interesting, eloquent, appealing, engaging, engrossing, amusing, rewarding, enthralling, entertaining, well-written, brilliant, clever, easy, exciting Examples from the Web for well-written Contemporary Examples of well-written
“In my opinion, Topanga was one of the most well-rounded, well-written characters on TV,” she says.
September 11, 2014
Their blog posts might not be well-written but their money speaks volumes.
August 22, 2014
But then I read it and saw it was really funny and well-written.
March 4, 2014
The well-written book—the author is an honest, engaging and indomitable guide—warrants a special place in nonfiction shelves.
John Kael Weston
September 14, 2013
A well-written story is a perfect jewel, a perfect morsel, with no room for error.
October 10, 2012
Historical Examples of well-written
It is romantic but not sensational, well-written and rich in entertainment.
Sidford F. Hamp
All girls fond of reading will be charmed by this well-written story.
Fannie E. Newberry
A bright, well-written story that holds the reader till the end.
William Le Queux
Many were well-written books, but they were NOT prison life.
Reading a well-written love-letter is a prude’s supremest pleasure.
British Dictionary definitions for well-written well-written adjective (well written when postpositive)
- composed in a competent, and often entertaining, style
- the past participle of write
- taken down in writing; transcribedwritten evidence; the written word Compare spoken (def. 2)