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Definition of well-wisher in English:

noun

A person who desires happiness or success for another, or who expresses such a desire: Hick received plenty of advice from well-wishers
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  • It is this peace that should spur donors, investors and well-wishers to pool their resources and invest in the country.
  • They made frantic calls to friends, well-wishers and relatives at home to rush much-needed funds.
  • Already, the book was filled with signatures and brief words of condolence from friends and well-wishers.

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