Definition of well-disputed in English:

well-disputed

adjective

  • Properly or closely contested; fiercely or strenuously fought over.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Robert Loveday (1620/21–1656), translator. From well + dispute + -ed.

Pronunciation

well-disputed

/ˌwɛldɪˈspjuːtɪd/