Thesaurus / well spoken
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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We have always heard Gen. Weitzel well spoken of; he evidently has men like himself on his staff.
OLD TIMES IN DIXIE LANDCAROLINE E. MERRICK
He knows that she is well spoken of, and much loved by the tribe with which she lives.
THE WALRUS HUNTERSR.M. BALLANTYNE
"Proud-spirited, and well spoken, like all her race," muttered Benoni.
PEARL-MAIDENH. RIDER HAGGARD
The Café de Fornos is also well spoken of by all who have experimented.
At his first arrival in Scotland he won golden opinions, his courteous dealing with all men is well spoken of.
A contemporary author has well spoken of "the deep slumber of a decided opinion."
"Well spoken," said Wharton, who was lying on his back in the grass.
THE GUNS OF EUROPEJOSEPH A. ALTSHELER
Well spoken, Ross,” said Mr. Hatfield, clapping him on the back.
They would be very loth to harbour any suspicion against a cavalier so courteous and well spoken.
THE BIBLE IN SPAINGEORGE BORROW
He was well spoken of amongst his acquaintances for two reasons.
THE ADVENTURES OF ANNMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN