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Definition of "well-favoured" []

  • Handsome; pleasing to the eye (adjective)

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Use "well-favoured" in a sentence
  • "Crunched between well-favoured Scottish Nationalists in Edinburgh and a southern coalition in London, the north of England has sound grounds for feeling aggrieved."
  • "In particular, unusually for a well-favoured suitor, he's prepared to contain his carnal urges lest their gratification harm his beloved."
  • "Today m_steelgrave is a well-favoured well often visited by writers and artists for for imparting a little magic and antiquity into their works and is particularly associated with live drama."
Words like "well-favoured"
blue-clad
denim-clad
grim-looking
slim-hipped
well-instructed
well-manicured
well-moulded
beautiful