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What is a more formal alternative of saying "good" for describing a work? e.g. "The work looks good." I don't want an adjective with more intensity than "good" such as "remarkable", "outstadning", etc. Ideally, an alternative with the same intensity as good, but more formal.

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    "Exciting" is a word often used this way in business environments. It seems to mean 'potentially rewarding' in a financial sense, as well as the emotional effect associated with the word. "That new office block project sounds like a very exciting opportunity." (yawn) – JHCL Oct 21 '15 at 14:48
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Sound work; quality work; something more specific (well-researched, soundly constructed, appropriately designed).

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