Origin of well-favored
Examples from the Web for well-favored
The boy was in very mean clothes, but of a very fresh and well-favored countenance; and as he sat by himself he sang.The Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan|John Bunyan
Cf. 'well-favored,' 'ill-favored,' and such a provincial expression as 'the child favors his father.'The New Hudson Shakespeare: Julius Caesar|William Shakespeare
And when the days shortened and the nights began to be frosty, he had grown fat and well-favored.The Biography of a Grizzly|Ernest Seton-Thompson
And it was to conciliate him that I lost to him twenty sestertia and a well-favored slave.
These are really very jolly and well-favored looking companions, most of the members bearing large bouquets of flowers.