Synonyms for Well:

adj.

all (adjective)
good.
healthy (adjective)
blooming, fine, fit, flourishing, fresh, great, hardy, right, robust, sound, trim, whole.
lucky, fortunate (adjective)
advisable, good.

adv.

correctly (adverb)
properly.
happily, pleasantly; capably (adverb)
ably, adequately, admirably, completely, excellently, favorably, fully, nicely, properly, rightly, splendidly, strongly, suitably, commendably.
quite (adverb)
purely.
sufficiently (adverb)
abundantly, considerably, easily, entirely, greatly, quite, substantially, wholly.
well (adverb)
admirably, beneficially, benignly, excellently, favorably, finely, laudably, nicely, pleasantly, praiseworthily, splendidly, worthily, commendably.

adv

completely (adverb)
entirely, quite, utterly.
correctly (adverb)
properly.
justly (adverb)
benignly.
sufficiently (adverb)
abundantly, adequately, barely, completely, entirely, fully, hardly, insufficiently, quite, wholly.
swimmingly (adverb)
like a dream.
very well (adverb)
excellently.
well (adverb)
admirably, beneficially, benignly, excellently, favorably, finely, laudably, nicely, pleasantly, praiseworthily, splendidly, worthily, commendably.

n.

blooming, fit, flourishing, fresh, great, hardy, high-spirited, ill, normal, robust, sick, spry, trim, whole. ably, adequately, badly, commendable, fabulously, fantastically, poorly, properly, rightly, strongly, suitably, superlatively, to perfection, like a dream, to the best of your ability. absolutely, beginning, derivation, fount, fountain, mother, origin, parent, provenance, purely, really, root, rootstock, source, spring, start, totally, utterly, Provenience. aperture, blowhole, channel, chink, cleft, cranny. constant, enduring, extended, lasting, long, long-term, never-ending, prolonged, on and on, for some time. by no means, not, no., no way, not really, certainly not, no dice, of course not, on no account/not on any account. like, now, And, O.K., I'm sorry, you know. anyhow, it (only) remains for me to do something. anyway, how, just, keep, kindly, do with, what's gotten into someone?, what (has) happened to something, what has/will become of, where has someone/something gotten to?. arguably, firstly, ha, of course, right, Hah, My, Pshaw, puh-leeze, what does something have to do with...?. brother, darn, for crying out loud, for heaven's sake/sakes, for pity's sake, give me a break, give me strength, what's that supposed to mean?, what's the big idea?. blowout, gusher, offshore, oil rig, oil slick, oil well, oilfield, oilman, borehole, oil platform. break, burst, catch, come in, course, crest, dash, deepen, cast up. color, come over, engulf, grip, grow, heighten, pulse, run, surge, sweep over. a lot, deeply, greatly, immensely, indeed, particularly, very. once upon a time, it all began, the long and the short of it, there I was/we were, to be continued, to make/cut a long story short, with that, someone does something. oh, okey-dokey, I know, for openers, for the sake of argument/discussion. body of water (noun)
bay, bayou, cove, ditch, estuary, fiord, gulf, inlet, lagoon, lake, ocean, pond, pool, puddle, reservoir, sound, strait, tank.
in addition (noun)
additionally, Including, along with.
pit (noun)
abyss, cavity, chasm, crater, crevasse, deep, pit, shaft, bottomless pit.
water hole (noun)
abyss, chasm, derivation, fount, fountain, fountainhead, origin, pit, pool, reservoir, root, shaft, source, spring, wellspring.
well (noun)
advantageously, advisable, all-right, asymptomatic, comfortably, considerably, cured, easily, fine, fortunate, fountainhead, good, healed, intimately, recovered, substantially, swell, symptomless, wellspring.

v.

motion (verb)
swell.

Other synonyms:

ably, fabulously, fantastically, fount, fountain, great, greatly, immensely, normal, purely, rootstock, spry, strongly, superlatively, very, Provenience. completely, entirely, hardy, origin, particularly, provenance, totally, utterly, wholly, okey-dokey. absolutely, deeply, derivation, fully, like, quite, source, whole, And. anyway, parent. anyhow, beginning, indeed, mother. really, root. now. oh. O.K.. run. enough
adequately.
overflow
engulf.
renewed
recovered.
uninjured
all-right.
uprightly
rightly.
Other relevant words:
ably, absolutely, abundantly, adequately, advantageously, advisable, asymptomatic, beginning, blooming, comfortably, commendable, completely, considerably, cured, derivation, easily, engulf, entirely, fabulously, fine, fit, flourishing, fortunate, fount, fountain, fountainhead, fresh, fully, good, great, greatly, hardy, healed, immensely, indeed, intimately, just, kindly, like, mother, normal, now, of course, origin, parent, properly, provenance, purely, quite, really, recovered, right, rightly, robust, root, rootstock, run, source, spring, spry, start, strongly, substantially, suitably, superlatively, surge, swell, symptomless, totally, trim, utterly, very, wellspring, whole, wholly, And, Provenience, Pshaw, okey-dokey, like a dream.

Usage examples for well

  1. " Well I think so," he said. – A Letter of Credit by Susan Warner
  2. Well now, I tell you what you can do. – The Eagle's Heart by Hamlin Garland