well-clothed

well-clothed

adj (well clothed when postpositive)
dressed in good quality clothes
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wwWE keep hearing about all of the poor impoverished families but what puzzles me is that you can have two families who are living yards away from each other with the same income yet one family can have a very comfortable home, well-fed and well-clothed children, yet the other family claims to be living on the brink of poverty.
She was the ilaw ng tahanan (light of the home) who kept the house clean, the garden beautiful and the family well-fed, well-clothed and well-taught.
Its deep red stems are well-clothed with soft green leaves tinged with crimson and the large and handsome flowerheads are clustered around the top six inches of the stems, vivid green with crimson eyes.
Indeed, the protesters I watch on television almost all appear to be well-fed and well-clothed young men (some of whom even appear to be laughing, smiling and almost "enjoying" the chaotic atmosphere on the streets (the rubber bullets of security officials notwithstanding).
There are some splendid photographs of New Mill children, especially in the early years of the 20th century, looking particularly well-clothed and healthy, and New Mill pageants before the 2nd World War were evidently very popular and of excellent quality, judging by the photos of the 1939 pageant Merrie England.
Perhaps it's time an enterprising student wrote a dissertation entitled "Today's young people are too well-fed, well-clothed and comfortably-off to be edgy rock 'n' rollers." Perhaps everything's too easy these days, in this My Space/inter net/multi-music channel age.
He added: "Heather was very houseproud and, despite the demands placed on her in looking after James around the clock, always ensured that all of her children were clean and well-clothed.
"The Chinese Ambassador says that Tibetans are 'well-fed, well-clothed and well-housed'.
Well-clothed with James's own voice from the Prefaces, essays, and letters, Brooks begins with The American, read as 'a kind of drama pitting the restrictions and limitations of a strict realism against the claims of a greater freedom, staginess, and vision' (p.
But notice that those who are obeying Jesus are mostly stripped, while the reluctant are still well-clothed. A stripping, and a being made clean: Penance is a most precious gift from God for all who are willing to receive it.
She's a wonderful mother who works hard to keep her children fed and well-clothed."