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Noun
Advantages gained from something
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Noun
Money or gifts given generously
Noun
Plural for a kind or helpful deed
“If you hear anything, please, do me a favor and let me know.”
Noun
Plural for bias or prejudice in favor of one person or thing
“He simultaneously displayed his hostility toward a consciousness that had become technological and his favor toward that which remained unconscious.”
Noun
Plural for a fondness or positive regard for something
“But if you keep the queen's favor, then she may well be persuaded to bestow you with a wedding present.”
Noun
Plural for the state or condition of being liked, admired, or supported by many people
“Glam rock would rapidly fall out of favor as soon as the grunge movement arrived on the scene.”
Noun
Plural for backing or support received from, or provided by, someone
“Serve our leader well and you shall receive his favor.”
Noun
Plural for a small item given as a gift, typically to guests at a party
“At the holiday dinner, the hosts had set a favor by each place setting.”
Noun
Plural for something given or worn as a mark of liking or support
“The only favor she had actually given him was cuff-links decorated with tiny cameos of herself, hardly the sort of thing he could wear to the Café Royal.”
Verb
To be or to provide an advantage to
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“The forest area is shady and the soil is damp, conditions that favor the growth of trees.”
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To make a living for the benefit of others
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Supplies or distributes for use
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“After six lances were broken against the Prince, he was sure the gods would favor him with a victory as he rode clutching his seventh lance.”
Verb
To have a preference for
“Renee tends to favor dark clothes to match her usual mood.”
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To advocate or show support or approval of
“It is as if citizens will favor a candidate if they admire her character but know nothing of what she stands for.”
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To be obliging or show beneficence toward
“The singer was at the party only as a guest, but was kind enough to favor us with an entertaining ditty.”
Verb
(dialectal, Southern US) To resemble or look like, especially a parent or relative
“He favors his momma, she favors her daddy.”
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