Definition of well-asserted in English:

well-asserted

adjective

  • Claimed or put forward clearly, forcefully, or with justification.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Gilbert Burnet (1643–1715), bishop of Salisbury and historian. From well + asserted.

Pronunciation

well-asserted

/ˌwɛləˈsəːtɪd/