His mother a well-favoured old little woman, and a good woman, I believe.
I was well-favoured at your age, but your pa wan't much on looks.
You are young and well-favoured,—a fitter man than some that might be forced upon her.
Mistress Alice, "the gentle Alice," was reckoned fair and well-favoured.
Two who came foremost stopped in front of the veranda, and one of them was a well-favoured man with restless dark eyes.
Oh, nay,” quoth Edith: “but well-favoured, and of a fair hair and beard.
He was a well-favoured young man, with an honest, sun-bronzed face.
A harsh name, girls, for so well-favoured a youth; what say you?
One of the men was tall and ill-favoured, the other, short and well-favoured.
He was her only son, and was at this time very fair and well-favoured.