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well-favored

[ wel-fey-verd ]

adjective

  1. of pleasing appearance; good-looking; pretty or handsome.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of well-favored1

late Middle English word dating back to 1375–1425

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Example Sentences

Washington is one of the largest and prettiest towns on the road, not as well favored by location as Uniontown.

My master pointed out that the count was a very well favored and youthful looking man.

These are really very jolly and well-favored looking companions, most of the members bearing large bouquets of flowers.

And the ill-favored and lean cows did eat up the seven well-favored and fat cows.

Maybe Lola'll like me, in spite of my not being well-favored, when she finds how much I think of her.

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