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Adjective
Specially chosen as the best or most desirable
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“Growth cannot be only for the favored few if certain groups are being left out.”
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Regarded with deep and special affection
“Just as Leah feared, that newborn son, Joseph, the child of the favored wife, became the favored child of the next generation.”
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Blessed with fortune or luck
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“His dreams revealed a blessed and favored life in which not only his brothers, but even his father and mother, would bow before him in reverence.”
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Being the best or most advantageous option
“In such circumstances, a complete change would be the favored option.”
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Currently popular or in demand
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Desired or sought after
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Provided or furnished with something, especially something desirable or useful
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Having been provided with support or aid
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Free from an obligation or liability imposed on others
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The best of its kind or class
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Having a good reputation and well respected
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Having the requisite authority or permission
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Possessing financial wealth
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To have picked one option over another
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To have made a living for the benefit of others
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To have invested in or provided financial assistance
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Past tense for to have a preference for
“Renee tends to favor dark clothes to match her usual mood.”
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Past tense for 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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Past tense for to work to the advantage of
“The forest area is shady and the soil is damp, conditions that favor the growth of trees.”
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Past tense for to endow with a quality, ability, or asset
“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.”
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Past tense for 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.”
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(dialectal, Southern US) Past tense for to resemble or look like, especially a parent or relative
“He favors his momma, she favors her daddy.”
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