well-blessed

well-blessed

adj (well blessed when postpositive)
having been generously endowed with a talent, beauty, etc
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Friends say that Tetta has come to enjoy good fortune, indeed a well-blessed life, because of her kind character.
This big, bold hardback is well-blessed by Tony Ross's remarkable artistic skills and by his witty inventions of new words--words such as 'shoffled', 'dunkle', ' bumpeeded' and 'felumpingly' and many others
Wasps are already well-blessed with second rows, however, and given the salary cap constraints all English clubs must operate within, they could have been tempted not to replace Welsh international Bradley Davies who has joined the Ospreys.
And with the senior side likely to be well-blessed in the back-three department could well have to bide his time and mount his challenge from the A side.
Pakistan must have a great future as it is well-blessed with natural and human resources.
Kingston seems well-blessed with these because we also enjoyed a sumptuous afternoon tea at Warren House, a picturesque hotel that's as traditional as marriage was to Henry VIII.
HISTORIAN and author Ken Pye knows a thing or two about Liverpool's pubs - and knows how well-blessed we are to have so many wonderful, traditional boozers.
Our region is well-blessed with amateur orchestras, several of them playing to professional standards, and among the most recent is the Orchestra of St John, launched in Bromsgrove less than two years ago and already building a huge following.
But he maintains the Wallabies are well-blessed in that berth, with youngsters Michael Hooper and Liam Gill now vying for the No.
While the Reds and others are well-blessed with star names, free transfer Ba (pictured left) believes it is the spirit with Newcastle's dressing room which has allowed them to punch so spectacularly above their weight this season.
South-west Wales, encompassing Swansea Bay, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire, is particularly well-blessed with gardens and parklands.
Huddersfield is well-blessed with breweries and while you can buy a can of Carlsberg for 50p in the supermarket, people are prepared to pay a premium price for real ale.