well-written

well-written

adj (well written when postpositive)
composed in a competent, and often entertaining, style
Translations

well-written

[ˌwelˈritn] ADJbien escrito
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A good 30 minutes into the movie, you realize this is a well-written film that needs a seasoned cast for a semblance of reality and magic to happen.
You carried a comprehensive and well-written analysis of an equally well-written book.
"It's a long time since I have read such a well-written script with as complex and fascinating a character as Enid," the Sun quoted Helena as saying.
I think the magazine is great because of all the beautiful pictures and well-written articles.
But there is another: they are well-written and enjoyable
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Well-written and compelling, this is an excellent addition to any collection and filled with potential for classroom discussions.
He's a natural storyteller and readers should enjoy this well-written, thoughtful novel.
A thoughtful, well-written, and highly accessible middle ground between disciplines.
There are many examples of poorly written press releases, lengthy explanations of what a blog is, and interpretations of such mysterious journalistic terms as "off the record" and "background." While the book is well-written and filled with interesting anecdotes, this is the stuff of college textbooks.
The subject of this well-written social priest history, Father Michael McGivney (1852-1890), the Connecticut priest who founded the Knights of Columbus, is the first American-born parish to be considered for canonization.
Second to None is a well-written and extremely well-organized local church history.