well-aimed

well-aimed

adj (well aimed when postpositive)
1. (of a missile, punch, etc) having been pointed or directed accurately at a person or object: a well-aimed, precise blow.
2. (of a comment, criticism, etc) obviously and accurately directed at a person, object, etc: a well-aimed expression of contempt.
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well-aimed

[ˌwelˈeɪmd] ADJcertero
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