He has the public persona of a well-born man who has upon occasion been a tourist among the disadvantaged.
Josephine made a little gesture of impatience such as my well-born apotheosis of nature is apt to evoke.
They're well-born, and well-looking, and clever, and all that.
Do you imagine it is only the well-born and the noble who have pride?
The well-born and well-bred Southerner is no more a savage than any other man of condition.
A well-born man who keeps his place like I do, is hated by all the plebeians.
Common people are quite as brave as those who are well-born.
That Stephen Brand was a well-born man was not a new thing in their intelligence.
But the actors were less changed than the spectators,—the well-born than the People.
Nor must the influence of well-born, cultured and pious ladies be forgotten.