One of the marvellous things about the child was his utter lack of favouritism.
Is our own service entirely free from this sort of favouritism?
Then Loring's favouritism for Uncle Jack; the squire's growing jealousy, and attempt to purchase his allegiance secretly.
He suspects the vicar of favouritism in awarding the prizes.
A JOB, in political phraseology, is a government office or contract obtained by secret influence or favouritism.
We are to draw lots for the rest, so that there shall be no favouritism.
The corruption and favouritism of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries allowed of many abuses.
We try not to show any favouritism to the gentlemen Tommies.
He pointed out to Lovell that if he gave a 'fez' to his young brother, the house might accuse him of favouritism.
In the election we must not be influenced by favouritism, but by worth.