well-received

well-received

adj (well received when postpositive)
having been greeted or reviewed with approval: his well-received books.
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Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said today he hopes the newly- launched Proton X70 SUV will be well-received by Malaysians.
Introduced in February 2015, Toss has been well-received by users for not using the inconvenient ActiveX-based financial authentications.
After all, the series, which was adapted from the 1973 film, was well-received by fans especially during its first few installments.
The conference comes in light of increasing South African funds to Egypt, following last year's well-received IMF agreement with Egypt.
The concert, riding high on the band's well-received latest album 'Head Full of Dreams,' opened with the title track and proceeded with hit after hit from its previous six records.
The Mayor of Kirklees, Clr Paul Kane, attended and made a heartfelt speech which was well-received. Organisers thanked Angela and Nicola from wedding planners My Something Borrowed who worked so hard in making the venue look splendid.
The last time we saw his alter ego, Dan, he was coming to terms with his father's death in a well-received Christmas special that managed to raise a smile while providing a tribute to the man who played the crazy patriarch, Rik Mayall.
"It's well-received and respected by "It's well-received and respected by other artists - that's why I joined.
Ferry has been performing around the world this year and put in a well-received appearance at Glastonbury in the summer.
He majored in history at CSU, earned a doctorate from Stanford University, and taught at NDSU until retirement in 2010, winning several campus honors and publishing well-received books on American agriculture and rural life.