An example of well-behaved is a child who listens to his parents and does what he is told.
(comparative better-behaved or more well-behaved, superlative best-behaved or most well-behaved)
(comparative more well behaved, superlative most well behaved)
- Alternative form of well-behaved.
well-behaved - Computer Definition
Programs that do not deviate from a standard. A program that is not well-behaved (ill-behaved) typically bypasses the operating system or some other control program and accesses the hardware directly in order to improve performance.
- Kaboose has a quiz inspired by Dr. Bonnie Maslin's book Picking Your Battles: Winning Strategies for Raising Well-Behaved Kids, which suggests that parents can fall into four different styles.
- I had been trying for 45 minutes to get my three well-behaved (or so I thought) dogs and one out of control 17-week-old puppy into the car to go to the vet's for baths and shots.
- They can either grow into well-behaved dogs with the proper training or into hundred pound perpetual toddlers, capable of mass destruction and unreasonable demands.
- Even the most well-behaved children occasionally abuse their furniture, and all kids' furniture should be able to stand up under pressure.
- Any well-behaved, properly-vaccinated dog that is able to pass the ten-step CGC test and has a responsible owner may earn recognition.