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synonyms for wellborn

  • courtly
  • dignified
  • elegant
  • haughty
  • noble
  • patrician
  • stylish
  • well-bred
  • aloof
  • blue-blooded
  • elite
  • fine
  • polished
  • refined
  • snobbish
  • upper-class
  • well-born
  • patrician
  • imperial
  • gentle
  • kingly
  • highborn
  • queenly
  • titled
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antonyms for wellborn

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  • ignoble
  • indecorous
  • inelegant
  • rough
  • undignified
  • unfashionable
  • unrefined
  • unsophisticated
  • low-born
  • low-life
  • poor
  • vulgar
  • wanting
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        How to use wellborn in a sentence

        Wellborn, comfortably trained, healthy and easy-natured, the world had always turned its pleasant side to him.
        THAT LASS O' LOWRIE'SFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
        No one could better express than he did, when playing Wellborn, both pride of birth and pride of character.
        SHADOWS OF THE STAGEWILLIAM WINTER
        That very night he ran away to Wellborn where the Federals were camping.
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        Not so, my boy; there is no disgrace in being less wellborn—it is only that one possesses a few privileges the less.
        THE FALSE CHEVALIERWILLIAM DOUW LIGHTHALL
        This varlet, Wellborn, lives too long, to upbraid me With my close cheat put upon him.
        THE MIRROR OF TASTE, AND DRAMATIC CENSOR, VOL. I, NO. 4, APRIL 1810VARIOUS
        And yet your good solicitorship, and rogue Wellborn, Were brought into her presence, feasted with her.
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        Yes, a wellborn, lovely little lady, and I'll marry her if I live.
        THE MYSTERIOUS KEY AND WHAT IT OPENEDLOUISA MAY ALCOTT
        They will need wellborn suitors themselves, she meant, to make up for what is lacking in their blood, and mayhap money too.
        MIRK ABBEY, VOLUME 1(OF 3)JAMES PAYN
        Wellborn, who presided, counted a quorum and declared the resolutions adopted.
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        WORDS RELATED TO WELLBORN

        • aristocratic
        • blue-blooded
        • elite
        • gentle
        • highbred
        • imperial
        • kingly
        • patrician
        • queenly
        • thoroughbred
        • titled
        • upper-class
        • wellborn
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