well-supported

well-supported

adj (well supported when postpositive)
1. having good physical support: a sofa in which your back is well supported.
2. having a lot of support or encouragement: friendly matches were less well supported.
3. substantially upheld by evidence or facts: many well-supported theories.
References in periodicals archive ?
The well-supported Drakes Premiership clubs are both bidding to win the famous old trophy for the first time in a long time.
He said the legislation making health visitors or senior teachers the point of contact for every child in Scotland is well-supported despite heavy criticism from political opponents.
OPEC meanwhile faces a period of well-supported oil prices as traders track supply-side uncertainties surrounding Iraq, Iran and Libya, as well as Ukraine, analysts said Thursday.
Feeling well-supported appears crucial to women's belief they can cope with the stresses of life, researchers said.
Although well-supported second-favourite Maybe was only fifth, she ran better than the bare facts (hit a low of 3) and looks to be crying out for some decent ground.
The well-supported oil prices are gradually strengthening the case that the Russian stock indices are excessively oversold relative to fundamentals.
John's tandem leap was well-supported by colleagues at his college.
The cuts we are now seeing - inflicted due to Liberal Democrat support for the Coalition government - have only served to highlight how well-supported our city was by the Labour gover nment.
The eight-year-old was sent off a well-supported favourite for a handicap chase at Punchestown last week and went down by only a head.
The project's backers claim the artwork would raise Cardigan's profile and say they are well-supported.
This strategy will help ensure bus services meet the needs of communities and are well-used and well-supported.
Captain Fahad Farook top-scored with 57 and he was well-supported by Sameer Yusef with a useful 45 runs.