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Webster's Dictionary 1828 - Online Edition

Webster's Dictionary 1828

Americal Dictionary of the English Language

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Favored

FA'VORED, participle passive

1. Countenanced; supported; aided; supplied with advantages; eased; spared.

2. adjective Regarded with kindness; as a favored friend.

3. With well or ill prefixed, featured.

Well-favored is well-looking, having a good countenance or appearance, fleshy, plump, handsome.

Ill-favored is ill-looking, having an ugly appearance, lean. See Genesis 39:1. Genesis 41:3. etc.

Well-favoredly, with a good appearance. [Little used.]

Ill-favoredly, with a bad appearance. [Little used.]