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adjective as in pro

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preposition as in toward

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In August, Gloria voted in favor of a state bill that aims to give workers notice about coronavirus outbreaks in the workplace, but a key requirement to make those worksite outbreaks public was stripped out of the final draft, CalMatters reported.

The timing of the ungrounding may work in airlines’ favor, he said.

According to Bloomberg, though, McDonald’s decided to forego a partnership with Beyond Meat in favor of creating its own plant-based products.

Doorae Shin, coordinator for the local Surfrider Foundation, said she’s concerned that the approval sets a “dangerous precedent” for the expansion of many old seawalls, noting similar arguments could be made in their favor.

Both were written in favor of the oil and gas industries, for which Bernhardt is a lobbyist, at the expense of the American people.

Garrett is currently at only 48 percent and this is a year favoring Republicans nationwide.

Mitchell and others favoring charters pushed for North Carolina lawmakers to follow suit.

Instead, we see a host of issues of concern, most favoring Democrats.

Crimea was the only odd region out, with respondents overwhelmingly favoring ts integration into Russia.

Percent favoring “guaranteed issue” of coverage to people who are already sick: 69.

If I succeed, in favoring conditions, in forming a new party, I may end as a boss myself!

The priests of Egypt ruled by appealing to the fears of men, thus favoring a degrading superstition.

I shall become a great emir,—vizier perhaps—no—I will better that; what may not a good sword hope with favoring start?

Upon the favoring breeze, the sound of our drums at evening parade came floating to their ears.

The royal revenues suffered greatly by this illicit trade, and the royal agents accused the colonists of openly favoring it.


On this page you'll find 312 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to favoring, such as: benign, constructive, favorable, good, helpful, and profitable.

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