n.1.One who wishes another well; one who is benevolently or friendlily inclined.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
But bearing in mind that them were which I meantersay of a stunning and outdacious sort - alluding to them which bordered on weal-cutlets and dog-fighting - a sincere wellwisher would adwise, Pip, their being dropped into your meditations, when you go up-stairs to bed.
A wellwisher does drumthing different to catch newlyweds' eyes on the procession route
A wellwisher at the event said: "Tonight was absolutely beautiful.
The online fundraising platform took a 5 per cent cut of the PS400,000 raised by a page created by a wellwisher.
I've never felt remotely European and see them as exotic and fabulously foreign"Elizabeth Hurley "Are you sure you can afford it?"The Duke of Edinburgh to a wellwisher who gave the Queen a fountain pen as a 90th birthday gift "Putin should be running Europe.
The valuable book was donated anonymously to Erddig from a wellwisher.
One wellwisher, called Geoff, wrote: "I'm so, so sorry for you.
The England star earlier admitted to a wellwisher: "I'm nervous".
Detective Inspector Nick Jarrett assured the wellwisher he or she has nothing to fear, as officers are only concerned with eliminating people from the inquiry.
David Sheppard and Derek Worlock have been described as 'two ecclesiastical giants' by one wellwisher.
FLASHJ Rolex Explorer 11 MUTUAL RESPECT J Harry meets service personnel in camouflage HAPPY3 Onhis RAF Honington visit yesterday SHAKEJ With a wellwisher
Dozens of floral tributes and messages from wellwishers have been placed at the junction where he was dragged to his death by a vehicle.