fair-spoken

[ fair-spoh-kuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF fair-spoken
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Listen to me, and I will tell you what three weeks ago this fair-spoken and sweet-smiling cavalier did.

Hector Brady, like his son, was a fair-spoken villain, but none the less dangerous for all that.

The fair-spoken countess made use of strange and subtle theories.

A great deal depends on the answer—a good-looking and fair-spoken person may travel far and suffer no hunger in the land.

He was a scholar, and a ripe and good one; exceeding wise, fair-spoken, and persuading.

He was a fair-spoken man whom few loved and many feared, and between him and the “Learned Blacksmith” there was “no love lost.”

Some thought it was easier counting with the auld rough Knight than the fair-spoken young ane—but mair of that anon.

Some thought it was easier counting with the auld rough knight than the fair-spoken young ane—but mair of that anon.

Cunning, fair-spoken oppressor of the poor, has not thy sin found thee out?

"He's a fair-spoken man, Edmonson; I kind of think he'll square it up, after all," he said hopefully.

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