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a state of health, happiness, and prospering

a ridge or bump raised on the flesh, as by a lash or blow

Synonyms for weal

a raised mark on the skin (as produced by the blow of a whip)

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In socialist systems, expropriations served not the common weal but the class struggle.
The Common Weal points out that Britain is the fourth most unequal country in Europe.
That's why the Jimmy Reid Foundation has set up the Common Weal Project.
DAMASCUS, (SANA) -- Prime Minister Weal al-Halqi on Saturday stressed the need to promote the religious speech to enhance the culture of tolerance, coexistence and national unity, particularly among the youths.
Convinced the small painting was done by Britain's most loved painter, art investor Jonathan Weal made sure he had the winning bid at the auction eight years ago, the Daily Mail reported.
Out of 90-100,000 runners each year, there are around 20 occasions where a horse is observed to have a weal.
Nyatiek Yiey Weal escaping with her young daughter after being shot by cattle rustlers in Thor, Mayiandit County, South Sudan.
Alan Weal, 63, was branded a hero after he managed to steer his RV6 plane away from crashing into nearby houses following a mid-air collision with another plane.
Narrow-body planes are the cash cow of Airbus and Boeing''s businesses, said Les Weal, a director at UK-based aviation consultancy Ascend.
Popham was found guilty of improper riding following the Elite Helicopters Flying Handicap Steeple Chase having used the whip with excessive frequency and in the wrong place which caused Mighty Moose to weal.
MUZAFFARGARH, May 02, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- MNA Jamshed Ahmed Dasti said here on Saturday that the incumbent PPP-led coalition government had taken many steps aimed at weal of the labourers.
CHEWS: Sam with Charlie, the African Gray parrot Picture by ANGIE WEAL
Where there is no justice, there can be no 'people' in Scipio's sense, hence no good or 'weal' of the people--or the commonwealth, but only the weal of a nondescript mob, undeserving of the designation 'the people'.
I think weal ways felt we were as good as anybody else around even though we had Australia and West Indies to cope with, '' said Illingworth.
The Nottinghamshire side took the lead with a wonder goal from striker Weal Nahza, who rifled a 25-yard drive into the top corner after 12 minutes.