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Well may refer to:
- Air well (condenser), a structure or device designed to promote the condensation of atmospheric moisture.
- Castle well, provided a protected source of drinking water
- Clootie well, a place of pilgrimage in Celtic areas
- Gas well, a relatively minor variation of an oil well
- Holy well, often pagan sacred sites that were later Christianized
- Jacob's Well, of religious significance in the West Bank
- Oil well, a hole drilled through the Earth's surface for the purpose of extracting petroleum oil.
- Salt well, or brine well, used to mine salt
- Water well, an artificial excavation, hole or structure for the purpose of withdrawing water.
- Well drainage of agricultural land by pumped wells
- Wishing well, a term from European folklore
- Well, Lincolnshire, a village in Lincolnshire, England
- Well, healthy
- Potential well, a concept used in physics
- Quantum well, a potential well with only discrete energy values
- Well, track 16 on the album Trout Mask Replica by Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band.
- The WELL, originally Whole Earth 'Lectronic Link, a virtual community.
- Well (play), a play by Lisa Kron.
- "The Well", a nickname for the Scottish football team Motherwell F.C.
- A single well of a microtiter plate, used in chemistry and biochemistry.
- The well of the court, part of the courtroom in some countries.
- A graphical element with in-set appearance
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