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Another word for well

  1. A point of origination

      1. Any source, origin, or motive
      2. Any period of beginning or newness
      3. A source, beginning, or motive:
      1. One, such as a person or document, that supplies information:
      2. A spring, fountain, etc. that is the starting point of a stream
      3. A person or thing from which something comes into being or is derived or obtained:
      1. A plant onto which another is grafted as a new top
      2. (Agriculture) A healthy plant that is used as the base for grafting a scion
      3. A root system of a plant, often with a portion of the stem, to which a shoot or bud is grafted.
      1. The close ties one has with some place or people as through birth, upbringing, long and sympathetic association, etc.
      2. The part of a plant, usually below the ground, that lacks nodes, shoots, and leaves, holds the plant in position, draws water and nourishment from the soil, and stores food
      3. A primary source; an origin; radix.
      1. Origin; derivation
      2. (Archaeology) Source; origin.
      1. The records or documents authenticating such an object or the history of its ownership.
      2. The history of the ownership of an object, especially when documented or authenticated. Used of artworks, antiques, and books.
      3. Origin; derivation; source
      1. Anything from which other things are derived; source; origin
      2. A female person whose egg unites with a sperm or a male person whose sperm unites with an egg, resulting in the conception of a child or the birth of a child.
      3. A source or cause; an origin:
      1. (Anat.) The less movable of the two points of attachment of a muscle, usually the end attached to the more rigid part of the skeleton
      2. A coming into existence or use; beginning
      3. That in which something has its beginning; source; root; cause
      1. A woman whose egg unites with a sperm, producing an embryo.
      2. A woman who gives birth to a child.
      3. A stringy slime composed of yeast cells and bacteria that forms on the surface of fermenting liquids and is added to wine or cider to start the production of vinegar.
      1. A spring that is the source or head of a stream.
      2. An abundant source of knowledge, etc.
      3. A spring that is the source of a stream
      1. A source or origin of anything
      2. A spring, especially the source of a stream.
      3. The source or beginning of a stream
      1. (Old Poet.) A fountain or spring
      2. A source
      3. One that initiates or dispenses; a source:
      1. The origin and development of a word; etymology
      2. (--- Gram.) The process of forming words from bases by the addition of affixes other than inflectional morphemes, or by internal phonetic change
      3. The form or source from which something is derived; an origin.
      1. An early stage or example
      2. The first part:
      3. The source or cause:
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  1. To come forth or emit in abundance

      1. To improve one's performance suddenly, especially in bettering one's standing in a competition.
      2. To rise and move in a billowing or swelling manner.
      3. To have a heavy, violent swelling motion; move in or as in a surge or surges
      1. To emit, discharge, or exude (a body fluid, for example).
      2. To extend or stretch out; float; fly, as a flag in the breeze
      3. To flow in or as in a stream
      1. To flow or surge rapidly, often with noise:
      2. To cause to move rapidly:
      3. (Football) To run with (the ball) after a direct snap from the center or after a handoff or pitchout
      1. To cause to flow:
      2. To flow
      3. To pass over or through:
      1. To cause (a liquid or granular solid) to stream or flow, as from a container:
      2. To cause to flow in a continuous stream
      3. To flow freely, continuously, or copiously
      1. To cause to flow out suddenly and plentifully
      2. To emit a sudden and abundant flow, as of tears.
      3. To flow out suddenly and plentifully; pour out; spout
      1. To move with a continual shifting of component particles:
      2. (Geol.) To change in shape under pressure without breaking or splitting, as ice in a glacier or rocks deep in the earth
      3. To move or run smoothly with unbroken continuity.
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  1. Having good health

  2. Worth doing, especially for practical reasons

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Another word for well

  1. In good health

  1. A source of water

      1. A water-filled limestone sinkhole of the Yucatán.
      2. A deep natural well or sinkhole, especially in Central America, formed by the collapse of surface limestone that exposes ground water underneath, and sometimes used by the ancient Mayans for sacrificial offerings.
      1. A small intercellular space, often containing resin, essential oil, or some other secreted matter.
      2. A place where anything is collected and stored, generally in large quantity; esp., a natural or artificial lake or pond in which water is collected and stored for use
      3. A natural or artificial pond or lake used for the storage and regulation of water.
      1. A well drilled deep enough to reach water that is draining down from higher surrounding ground above the well so that the pressure will force a flow of water upward
      1. Impudent or vulgar talk:
      2. The mouth regarded as the organ of chewing and tasting
      3. A spokesperson; a mouthpiece:
      1. A source of abundant and continual supply
      2. The source of water for a stream, spring or well; a fountainhead; a wellhead.
      3. The source of a stream or spring.
      1. (Chiefly British) A gas-operated hot-water heater.
      2. (Brit.) A small hot-water heater of the coil type
      3. A spring from which columns of boiling water and steam gush into the air at intervals
      1. A lip, orifice, or projecting tube, as on a teapot, in a drinking fountain, etc., by which a liquid is poured or discharged
      2. A stream, jet, or discharge of or as of liquid from a spout
      3. The stream of air and water rising from the blowhole of a whale
      1. An open container, as at a church entrance, for holding holy water
      2. A large basin, now typically supported by a pedestal, for holding water to be used in baptizing
      3. (Archaic) A fountain or spring
      1. An artificial spring, jet, or flow of water
      2. The basin, pipes, etc. where this flows
      3. A spring, especially the source of a stream.
      1. A source, beginning, or motive:
      2. A usually rapid return to normal shape after removal of stress; recoil:
      3. A bedspring or box spring
  2. A shaft sunk into the earth

      1. A person who gushes
      2. An oil well that has a natural flow and so no pumping is needed.
      3. One that gushes, especially an abundantly flowing gas or oil well.
      1. A well that supplies petroleum either naturally or by means of a pumping system
      2. A hole drilled or dug in the earth from which petroleum flows or is pumped.
      1. Anything too deep for measurement; profound depth
      2. A deep fissure in the earth; bottomless gulf; chasm
      3. In the book of Genesis, the primeval Chaos out of which earth and sky were formed.
      1. A pronounced difference of opinion, interests, or loyalty.
      2. Any break or gap
      3. A deep, steep-sided opening in the earth's surface; an abyss or gorge.
      1. A lowering in amount, degree, or position:
      2. A mood disorder characterized by persistent sadness or inability to experience pleasure combined with other symptoms including poor concentration, indecisiveness, sleep problems, changes in appetite, and feelings of guilt, helplessness, and hopelessness.
      3. A reduction in physiological vigor or activity:
      1. A fault or flaw:
      2. An excavation or pit
      3. An opening or perforation:
      1. Parallel Immobilization Technique
      2. An enclosed, usually sunken area in which animals, such as dogs or gamecocks, are placed for fighting.
      3. The section, often below floor level, in front of the stage, where the orchestra sits
  3. Any source

      1. A spring that is the source or head of a stream.
      2. The original or main source of anything
      3. A chief and copious source; an originator:
      1. A device from which poultry may drink
      2. (Figuratively) that from which something flows or proceeds
      3. One that initiates or dispenses; a source:
      1. (Linguistics) The historical origin and development of a word; an etymology.
      2. The state or fact of being derived; origination:
      3. (Logic & Mathematics) A logical or mathematical process indicating through a sequence of statements that a result such as a theorem or a formula necessarily follows from the initial assumptions.
      1. The initial portion of some extended thing.
      2. The place where something begins or is begun:
      3. The source or cause:
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  1. alike, as much as, as high as, as good as;

    • as-well-as

    • together with, along with, plus;