Definition of well-favouredness in English:

well-favouredness

noun

Scottish
literary
  • The quality or condition of being well-favoured; beauty, handsomeness, good looks.

Origin

Mid 16th century; earliest use found in Roger Ascham (d. 1568), author and royal tutor. From well-favoured + -ness.

Pronunciation

well-favouredness

/wɛlˈfeɪvədnəs/