George may look good, but he?s not well. English speakers have used well as an adjective as well as an adverb since Old English times, and the adjective well continues to enjoy a healthy existence. When applied to people, well usually refers to a state of health. Like similar adjectives such as ill and faint, well in this use is normally restricted to the predicate, as in the example above. Well does see occasional use as an attributive (that is, before a noun) as in Benjamin Franklin?s ?Poor Dick eats like a well man, and drinks like a sick.? It also appears in the compound adjective well-baby, which is well known to pediatricians and recent parents.    1
  Good, on the other hand, has a much wider range of senses that includes ?attractive? (as in She looks good) and ?competent? (as in For a beginner, he?s pretty good) as well as ?healthy.?    2
feel well / feel good.  Some people insist that the expression feel good should not be used in reference to health but should be reserved to the description of a person?s emotional condition. But in practice people don?t often follow this distinction, and you should not assume that your readers will be aware of it.    3
  More at bad / badly and good / well.    4

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