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well-regarded

adj (well regarded when postpositive)
considered to be good morally, professionally, etc; esteemed: a well-regarded local MP.
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Summary: Police arrested four men Friday for impersonating well-regarded religious figures to approach citizens for money.
There should be well-regarded and informed pastoral priests and nuns included.
Well-regarded as a live performer in the Toronto, Canada, spoken-word and music scenes, Belladonna's seven-song EP mixes producer Gerry Sylvia's crackling hip-hop production as well as complex live jazz, blues and folk instrumentation by The Awakening without seeming forced or thrown together.
A crazy movie about the utterly relative nature of craziness, ``Lunacy'' is well-regarded Czech animator Jan Svankmajer's most successful venture into live-action filmmaking yet.
In today's competitive commercial real estate market, locking into a lease at a well-regarded address like 902 Broadway is a shrewd business decision," Fishman said.
Lea DeLaria scatted in On the Town, played a doomed motorcycle daddy in The Rocky Horror Show and crooned cool jazz on two well-regarded CDs.
It sought to hire a "chief economist who would bring a well-regarded reputation in the development field.
My son is lucky in that he attends a well-regarded school in one of the highest-ranked districts in the country.
This well-regarded design-led competition has been expanded this year to include a new special award for European projects.
HCC Chairman/CEO Peter Quandt said the acquired company "is well-regarded in its market segment and is an ideal complement to our Oakstone Medical Publishing business.
30 Fontwell Well-regarded former French-trained gelding who showed he is now getting his act together when an emphatic winner at Exeter.
Varquez, the first leftist to lead Uruguay, "won the presidency in his third attempt after toning down some earlier firey left-wing proposals and choosing Danilo Astori, well-regarded in Wall Street, as economy minister.