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favored

[ fey-verd ]
/ ˈfeɪ vərd /
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adjective
regarded or treated with preference or partiality: Her beauty made her the favored child.
enjoying special advantages; privileged: to be born into the favored classes.
of specified appearance (usually used in combination): ill-favored.
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Origin of favored

First recorded in 1350–1400, favored is from the Middle English word favo(u)red.See favor, -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM favored

fa·vored·ly, adverbfa·vored·ness, nounnon·fa·vored, adjectiveun·fa·vored, adjective
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