Definition of well-concocted in English:

well-concocted

adjective

  • Thoroughly heated or ripened; also figurative.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in William Fulke (d. 1589), theologian and college head. From well + concocted.

Pronunciation

well-concocted

/ˌwɛlkəŋˈkɒktɪd//ˌwɛlkənˈkɒktɪd/