well-accepted

well-accepted

adj (well accepted when postpositive)
generally considered as true or correct
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Their reunion was well-accepted and highly supported by their fans from the time they started until now.
It is well-accepted that patients requiring treatment with NSAIDs would benefit greatly from an effective, GI-sparing anti-inflammatory/analgesic agent such as ATB-346.
The main point, from his perspective, is how to be well-accepted by developed countries.
CPS HR Consulting said Ewing Consulting is a well-established firm focussed on standard, well-accepted human resources products and services.
Abstract: While characterization of coating performance under high humidity conditions is detailed in well-accepted IPC and IEC standards, performance and testing under condensing conditions is not so well developed.
Volkswagen has been doing all its transactions at an arm's length and as per the well-accepted industry practices.
Citing the now well-accepted fact that the human body contains more microbial cells than human cells, this book reviews the multiple facets of food microbiology as applied to human health and disease.
It said the comment by the second actress was in line with the well-accepted concept that some consumers sought to adopt a healthier diet and lifestyle before going on a summer holiday.
It is a well-accepted fact that the more you attack a party and its candidates for their freedom of speech, the more support they gain from the public - we only have to look at the media's treatment of ukip for that
The Soleris system was used for the detection of microbial contamination based upon an innovative application of well-accepted classical microbiology.
ADM's customised approach enables manufacturers to respond to consumer demand for healthy, cereal-based snacks whilst developing unique products with well-accepted flavour profiles and broad consumer appeal.