- A requirement that the defendant's belief be well-founded is ambiguous.
- And so he realized their skepticism was only natural, their suspicions well-founded.
- Dubai's modern reputation as a city in which to shop in has a well-founded base since the early days of trade.
- If it is a well-founded objection, then that will bring the proceedings to an end immediately.
- There are very real and probably well-founded reasons for not being so easily moved.
- Each found the other's intelligence and well-founded opinions refreshing and they began to talk.
- In the end, his fears proved well-founded, although trouble would next emerge from a different quarter.
- Visits to public places revealed that grievances of the physically disabled people are legitimate and well-founded.
- I am only saying that the society where they live is pervaded by a deep sense of mutual distrust and suspicion, which are well-founded.
- What do you mean by a well-founded suspicion if you do not simply mean a reasonable suspicion?
- Either the judge read this carefully and thinks the order is well-founded, in which case he isn't a very smart judge.
- The doctor in charge of the case duly informed the social worker and the police of her well-founded suspicions.
- I have no doubt that the Chief Constable's opinion is well-founded.
- Accordingly, it does not yield knowledge, if knowledge involves understanding and not just well-founded conviction.
- But that would only reinforce well-founded opinions that I long ago used up any ideas of my own.
- There is plenty of evidence that such suspicions are at least partially well-founded.