well-used

well-used

adj (well used when postpositive)
used or employed often or for a long time; well-worn
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This strategy will help ensure bus services meet the needs of communities and are well-used and well-supported.
This appalling decision will deny the people of Slaithwaite and beyond a decent and well-used facility.
He said: "It has long been acknowledged internationally that well-used railways not only benefit passengers, but that landowners around the stations also see large increases in their land values.
The area committee decided that as the footpath was well-used by adults and children going to Castle Hall and Crossley Fields School a street light was warranted.
Alfaro's serenity had more to do with the fact that he is well-used to living on the cheap.
The well-used community facility has been renamed Cowgate Neighbourhood Centre and will continue to provide services from the following organisations: Sure Start, family health, Cowgate Community Forum, the street wardens project and the Neighbourhood Nursery.
Janine Ogilvie, regional green exercise development co-ordinator for North East Community Forests, said: "I hope that as a result of this work, we will see cleaner and safer green spaces across the region that are well-used.
In a motion submitted to the council Tuesday, Chick said the city closed a job information center at the Van Nuys Civic Center two years ago because of budget cuts, but that a similar center that recently opened in South Los Angeles has been well-used.
But with the help of volunteers, organisers hope to transform it into a well-used community centre with new kitchen, new heating and disabled access.
One, Cincinnati's WOFX-FM, even had its gift, a well-used 1978 Olds costing $1,000, driven to the White House for the occasion.
You could coat it with clear lacquer or clear spray plastic to keep it nice and shiny, but this won't last very long with a well-used countertop, and, as it wears off, the top will look worse than ever.