well-favoured (adj.) Old form(s): wel fauor'd, wel-fauoured , well fauour'd., well fauoured, well-fauourd, well-fauour'd
good-looking, attractive in appearance
KL II.iv.251[Lear to Gonerill and Regan] Those wicked creatures yet do look well-favoured
MA III.iii.14[Dogberry to Second Watchman] To be a well-favoured man is the gift of fortune
MW II.ii.260[Falstaff to Ford as Brook, of Ford] his wife seems to me well-favoured
Per IV.i.86[Marina to Leonine] You are well-favoured
TG II.i.47[Valentine to Speed, of Silvia] Not so fair ... as well-favoured
TN I.v.154[Malvolio to Olivia, of Viola as Cesario] He is very well-favoured
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