Adjective "Well-Behaved" Definition and Examples


    Adjective:

    Well-Behaved


    Definition:

    verb (used without object), behaved, behaving.

    1. to act in a particular way; conduct or comport oneself or itself: The ship behaves well.

    2. to act properly: Did the child behave?

    3. to act or react under given circumstances: This plastic behaves strangely under extreme heat or cold. verb (used with object), behaved, behaving.

    4. to conduct or comport (oneself) in a proper manner: Sit quietly and behave yourself.

    Origin:
    behave

    Examples:

    "prices can be well-behaved in dates."

    "inflations can be well-behaved."

    "people can be well-behaved."

    "rates can be well-behaved."

    "prices can be well-behaved."

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