from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Held in good will; highly esteemed; well-liked.
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Just thought Dale should get a dozen well-wished roses and to let him know he was noticed.
We are so happy to see that the Patriotic Bloggers have commented jubilantly on liberating Pooneryn and well-wished the brave security forces.
There never was a magic yet, "the mole went on," that was the worse for being well-wished. "