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Synonyms for favor

an act requiring special generosity

favorable regard

a feeling of deference, approval, and liking

favorable or preferential bias

to perform a service or a courteous act for

to be favorably disposed toward

to show partiality toward (someone)

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to lend supportive approval to

to treat with inordinate gentleness and care

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to be similar to, as in appearance

Synonyms for favor

an act of gracious kindness

an advantage to the benefit of someone or something

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an inclination to approve

a feeling of favorable regard

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souvenir consisting of a small gift given to a guest at a party

consider as the favorite

treat gently or carefully

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bestow a privilege upon

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Terry ran as a pro-choice candidate; Allen is in favor of restricting abortions.
Clear Lake Telephone purchased and began deploying Next Level's full service platform for video after more than 99 percent of residents voted in favor of a referendum to grant a video franchise license to the phone company to allow it to compete with incumbent cable provider Mediacom.
At a news conference Wednesday outside the Glendale Municipal Court, county Supervisor Michael Antonovich, Van Nuys Homeowners Association President Don Schultz and United Chambers of Commerce member Herbert Pencille spoke in favor of McCreary's lawsuit, scheduled to be heard in Superior Court in Glendale.
In 1994, the court granted partial summary judgment in favor of IN in a determination that by virtue of the earlier settlement agreement between the parties, NTN could never challenge IN's patent.
While we are disappointed, we are not surprised that The Supreme Court declined to reconsider whether a Federal District Court may have erred in granting partial summary judgment in favor of IN.