He faced about, and his Grace also, and both stared in wellbred surprise.
It is now going out of fashion, even among the most wellbred people; probably from a want of consideration of its importance.
She was recently from Germany, and understood but little English, yet she was evidently a wellbred lady.
She discovered herself to be a wellbred woman, but she was not one of fortune's favorites.
A gentleman, whose first-rate tailoring and frictionless manners proclaim the wellbred West Ender, comes in from the hall.
Equally pleased with each other's externals, we were soon familiar: he was witty, sarcastic, and wellbred.
Wellbred has a half-brother, a plain squire, named Downright, and a sister married to a rich city merchant named Kitely.