[fey-ver-uh-buh l, feyv-ruh-] /ˈfeɪ vər ə bəl, ˈfeɪv rə-/
characterized by approval or support; positive:
a favorable report.
creating or winning ; pleasing:
to make a favorable impression.
affording advantage, opportunity, or convenience; advantageous:
a favorable position.
(of an answer) granting what is desired.
boding well; propitious:
The signs are favorable for a new start.
mid-14c., from Old French favorable “well-disposed, favorable, partial,” from Latin favorabilis “favored, in favor,” from favor (see favor (n.)). Related: Favorably.
[fey-ver-uh ns, feyv-ruh ns] /ˈfeɪ vər əns, ˈfeɪv rəns/ noun, Chiefly South Midland and Southern U.S. 1. a liking or preference: My family always had a favorance for farming. 2. family resemblance: There’s a lot of favorance between him and his brothers.
[fey-verd] /ˈfeɪ vərd/ adjective 1. regarded or treated with preference or partiality: Her beauty made her the favored child. 2. enjoying special advantages; privileged: to be born into the favored classes. 3. of specified appearance (usually used in combination): ill-favored. [fey-ver] /ˈfeɪ vər/ noun 1. something done or granted out of goodwill, rather than from […]
[fey-ver] /ˈfeɪ vər/ noun 1. something done or granted out of goodwill, rather than from justice or for remuneration; a kind act: to ask a favor. 2. friendly or well-disposed regard; goodwill: to win the favor of the king. 3. the state of being approved or held in regard: to be in favor at court; […]
[fey-ver-it, feyv-rit] /ˈfeɪ vər ɪt, ˈfeɪv rɪt/ noun 1. a person or thing regarded with special favor or preference: That song is an old favorite of mine. 2. Sports. a competitor considered likely to win. 3. a person or thing popular with the public. 4. a person treated with special or undue favor by a […]