Origin of well-favored
Examples from the Web for well-favoured
"At least he is a well-favoured thief," said one of the queens to another.Smith and the Pharaohs, and Other Tales|Henry Rider Haggard
None were spared save three of their chiefs and certain of the women who were young and well-favoured.The King's Assegai|Bertram Mitford
Mistress Alice, "the gentle Alice," was reckoned fair and well-favoured.
He was a sailor and a calm sort of chap—dark and well-favoured with a lot of fun in him and a lot of character and determination.The Torch and Other Tales|Eden Phillpotts
He had a well-favoured countenance; fair, good-humoured, but very sly.Sybil|Benjamin Disraeli