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    well-being
    [ noun ]
    a contented state of being happy and healthy and prosperous
    <noun.state>
    the town was finally on the upbeat after our recent troubles


    Well-being \Well"-be`ing\, n.
    The state or condition of being well; welfare; happiness;
    prosperity; as, virtue is essential to the well-being of men
    or of society.

    1. She said many people who know the two and their families were concerned about their well-being and think they are being dragged through the mud.
    2. Democracy and our republican form of government depend on the ability of legislators to serve unlimited terms, the legislators say, so the voters failed to understand their own well-being by limiting terms.
    3. "We're calling for a revival of common sense," said Evelyn Dubel. "To protest this bizarre and illegal behavior that threatens the well-being of our citizens.
    4. Indeed, when Fayrouz travels from her home in West Beirut to her hilltop retreat in the Christian mountains of East Beirut, the residents of West Beirut worry both for her well-being and for their own.
    5. When it's filled out just before a doctor's visit, it can help both patient and physician focus not only, say, on whether medication has lowered blood pressure but also whether a patient's overall well-being has improved.
    6. Sullivan and Goldberg spoke at a roundtable discussion of the commission, a 36-member panel created by Congress and the president to assess the health and well-being of children.
    7. Yet, as every tourist knows, much of France's population is spread out across the country in small towns and villages, making up the treasured monde rurale whose well-being is dear to the French psyche.
    8. Despite the rebounds, retail analysts say the industry has been facing a difficult period because consumers have been losing confidence in their financial well-being and grown more cautious about spending.
    9. The total cost of child benefit will be Pounds 6.3bn next year. Child benefit can make an important contribution to family well-being in low-income households.
    10. In our own time, the successes of science and technology make it possible to attain material well-being to a degree hitherto unknown.
    11. Its craftsman-like quality is attractive to the modern consumer, keen to indulge in and prepared to pay substantially for the riches of what the Italian Ministry of Agriculture calls 'a society immersed in alimentary well-being'.
    12. What the 14-year-old board decides could be a major factor in spurring economic well-being or malaise for corporations and the nation, financial executives and economists say.
    13. He said he didn't want to jeopardize the well-being of the thousands of young people Covenant House serves.
    14. Not only is he a leading figure on Wall Street, but his fate is inextricably tied to the well-being of Goldman Sachs, one of the Street's most prestigious securities firms.
    15. There is no incentive for anyone in power to consider the well-being of the workers.
    16. "I walk to ensure a good life and for the well-being of my family and friends," Wong said.
    17. Traditional theory assumes that individuals seek to maximise their personal well-being: consumers maximise utility or satisfaction while businessmen maximise profits.
    18. Patting the head of a child standing beside him, the Iraqi president said he cared about the hostages' well-being and was keeping them in Iraq in order to keep peace.
    19. It should be Cabinet level and explicitly dedicated to the well-being of all 63 million rural Americans, not just the 5 million who live on farms.
    20. No nation with any sense of material well-being would endure the food we eat, the cramped apartments we live in, the noise, the traffic, the crowded subways and buses.
    21. The whole of the Soviet propaganda machine is suggesting that a "yes" vote for the union in the referendum will guarantee prosperity, well-being and happiness for one and all; a "no" vote will bring failure to the economy and bloody, internecine conflict.
    22. "We are the vehicle that broadcasts these shows to people who send in a whole lot of money, possibly at the expense of their own well-being.
    23. Confidence among consumers in their financial well-being lags, partly due to months of disappointing economic news.
    24. No well-being programme can compensate for this massive derangement of your internal clock.
    25. They insisted the three states leading the scheme compensate displaced villagers in ways which safeguarded their economic and social well-being.
    26. Finding the right one can pay off in coming years through improved financial performance, fast and accurate service, and confidence that your financial well-being is a crucial concern of your banker.
    27. "I come, not as the representative of a political or national interest, but as a witness of the Gospel and of our Lord Savior Jesus Christ, as a brother deeply concerned with the well-being of his brothers and sisters in every part of the world.
    28. The report, based on focus groups conducted in four major U.S. cities, says people are easily riled about gasoline because they view it as a "moral need" that affects nothing less than their economic well-being, family health and security.
    29. The former is pulling societies tightly together. Mr. Fukuyama shares my view that the national flag flying over a factory is as irrelevant to the future well-being of a nation's citizens as is its balance of trade.
    30. If they can persuade them to adopt more efficient methods of food production, the charity reasons, their activities will have the greatest overall effect on the well-being of children and the whole community. The methods used by Farm Africa are basic.
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