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See also: Weller
- comparative form of : more well
- 1822, Charles and Mary Lamb, The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb (Vol. 6):
- Emma is looking weller and handsomer (as you say) than ever.
- 1913, Henry Sydnor Harrison, V. V.'s Eyes:
- He forgot the Huns; forgot John the Baptist; forgot even his sick, till one of the weller of them (as we may assume) knocked memorially upon his door....
- 1922, Samuel Hopkins Adams, From a Bench in Our Square:
- Now we come home he is already weller.
- 1934, P. L. Travers, Mary Poppins:
- “I’m not ill. I’m weller than you,” said Michael rudely.