English Word of the Daywell-meaning
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|1. adj. With good intentions, often used to reflect positively on a negative outcome or situation.|
|The professor is well-meaning enough, but he usually ruins things one way or another.|
|Will a younger but well-meaning brother do? |
The purveyors of ecstasy are no longer uneducated, but well-meaning, priests.
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