from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In stock-raising, noting an animal that has come from a good stock; of good pedigree.


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  • "Ah, well-come to me, and you'll get the kind of horses the Hawks mount."


  • Welcome -- well-come_, signifies, it is _well_ that you are _come.

    English Grammar in Familiar Lectures

  • Nevertheless please, as one people, let us make sure everybody is well-come to visit this beautiful land any time!


  • This time I hid it too well-come down in the street if you want to watch the rest.”

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