Origin of favored
OTHER WORDS FROM favoredfa·vored·ly, adverbfa·vored·ness, nounnon·fa·vored, adjectiveun·fa·vored, adjective
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How to use favored in a sentence
Free speech scholars and advocacy groups say the Texas state government unconstitutionally dictates political speech on the world’s largest platforms by forcing platforms to carry favored views.Texas’s new social media law is a clear violation of the First Amendment|Scott Nover|September 14, 2021|Quartz
Being safe and favored helps but it doesn’t necessarily make a company stand out.New data shows contextual targeting is driving brand safety and favorability|Seedtag|June 24, 2021|Digiday
There, many minority parents supported Tom Torklarson, who favored the education reform agenda.
In the absence of ceremonial formalities, Francis favored a business-like manner.
The former believed in the role of the state as a provider, while the latter favored an iron fist approach to governance.
The Keystone project is not an American one, but a global one, financed and favored by major multinational oil interests.The Pipeline From Hell: There’s No Good Reason to Build Keystone XL|Jack Holmes|November 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Even as Hispanics favored Democrats this week, some Republicans wooed them ardently and made surprising inroads.
The morning to sleep, the afternoon to business and the evening to enjoyment, seems the usual routine with the favored classes.Glances at Europe|Horace Greeley
The day was hot and the roads dusty, and Lawrence favored the horses all possible, but they made good progress.The Courier of the Ozarks|Byron A. Dunn
The human race, if favored by environment, can easily double itself every twenty-five years.The Unsolved Riddle of Social Justice|Stephen Leacock
The tobacconist whom he thus favored was his under-treasurer, Hardham, whom no writer about snuff should omit to notice.
In truth, the art of tobacco using is nowhere more ignored, nowhere more contemptuously neglected than in these 'favored isles.'