more beloved

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But there is no one in the family now who is more beloved or more in favour than she is.

It is true, however, that Monsieur was more beloved in Paris than the king on account of his affability.

Leslie is more beautiful and more beloved than ever by all those who know her.

I saw that even when I was more approved, Halbert was more beloved.

Cleobulus said, That in which the master is more beloved than feared.

Not meaning any compliment, she was more beloved than respected.'

You will never be more powerful, but you may be more beloved.

No mistress of a King was ever more beloved than this daughter of Sweden.

The Father must be long sought so that He may be the more beloved.

There was no quality of his disposition which made him more beloved than this.