Was Athene from the first the well-beloved daughter of Zeus?
But mind, my most righteous and well-beloved, I will have no flattery.
My well-beloved was I knew in possession of some terrible secret which she dared not betray.
The well-beloved hero was moved to the soul of him by that passionate appeal.
Is not this Percy's well-beloved aunt, who nursed Helen, and is such a friend of John's?'
The well-beloved was Himself the only object which attracted my heart.
I went out and found the bald-headed and well-beloved wretch.
What lover would not wish to be the tunic of his well-beloved or the water of her bath?
He scarcely dared to dream of such old brave days, now the well-beloved secrets hidden beneath a cassock and a cowl.
These were not mere words; Alexander the well-beloved was sincere.