Definition of well favoured in English:

well favoured

Line breaks: well fa¦voured
(US well favored)

adjective

Having special advantages, especially good looks.
More example sentences
  • We live in one of the most well-favored parts of the world here and the abuse is unacceptable and very sad.
  • The star of the appellation is Roc des Combes, produced on a particularly well-favoured site on the Gironde itself.
  • The Carlow clubs have been reasonably well favoured by the luck of the draw.

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Pronunciation: ˈapəzɪt
adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something