Origin of well-set
Examples from the Web for well-set
It was that of the first mate, whose name was Hillebrant, a short, well-set man of about thirty years of age.The Phantom Ship|Frederick Marryat
Breeding was indicated in their well-set heads, in their shapely hands, and especially in their handsome noses.The Tyranny of the Dark|Hamlin Garland
His handsome features and well-set shape attract the queen's notice.
Theodore Racksole, though not stout, was a well-set man with large bones.The Grand Babylon Hotel|Arnold Bennett
He came occasionally through Paul's corner—a big, well-set man, also striking to look at, and handsome.Sons and Lovers|David Herbert Lawrence