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1. favour

noun. ['ˈfeɪvɝ'] an inclination to approve.

Synonyms

  • disposition
  • inclination
  • favor

Antonyms

  • liability
  • unfavorableness
  • inexpedience
  • inexpediency

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2. favour

verb. ['ˈfeɪvɝ'] treat gently or carefully.

Synonyms

  • spare
  • favor

Antonyms

  • middle
  • late
  • borrow

3. favour

verb. ['ˈfeɪvɝ'] promote over another.

Synonyms

  • advantage
  • upgrade
  • elevate
  • promote
  • prefer
  • kick upstairs
  • favor
  • advance

Antonyms

  • disadvantage
  • recede
  • stay in place
  • retreat

4. favour

noun. ['ˈfeɪvɝ'] an advantage to the benefit of someone or something.

Synonyms

  • vantage
  • favor

Antonyms

  • worsen
  • discharge
  • begin

5. favour

noun. ['ˈfeɪvɝ'] a feeling of favorable regard.

Synonyms

  • favor

Antonyms

  • penalty
  • downgrade

6. favour

verb. ['ˈfeɪvɝ'] consider as the favorite.

Synonyms

  • see
  • consider
  • regard
  • view
  • favor

Antonyms

  • software
  • criticize
  • stay
  • dislike

7. favour

noun. ['ˈfeɪvɝ'] an act of gracious kindness.

Synonyms

  • kindness
  • turn
  • benignity
  • favor

Antonyms

  • maximum
  • bore
  • fall
  • lower

8. favour

noun. ['ˈfeɪvɝ'] souvenir consisting of a small gift given to a guest at a party.

Synonyms

  • snapper
  • cracker
  • token
  • party favor
  • cracker bonbon
  • souvenir
  • relic
  • favor
  • party favour

Antonyms

  • bless
  • descent
  • decrease
  • level

9. favour

verb. ['ˈfeɪvɝ'] bestow a privilege upon.

Synonyms

  • permit
  • countenance
  • allow
  • privilege
  • favor

Antonyms

  • disallow
  • fall back
  • regress
  • wane

Sentences with favour


1. Verb, base form
English courts developed the concept more fully over the next 200 years and tended to favour the adverse possessor over the property owner.

2. Noun, singular or mass
The owners will be happy to have your business; you can do them a favour after a nice visit and leave feedback on the Internet for prospective patrons to read.

3. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
The regulators' websites have search boxes to let you quickly check the name you favour.

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