favorite[ fey-ver-it, feyv-rit ]SEE DEFINITION OF favorite
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FAVORITE
His frank, familiar manner made him a favorite on shipboard.
Slowly and reluctantly, the sailors took their places, for Robert was a favorite with them.
In line with this, a simulation of the military is a favorite device.
Otto and Pussy also paid several visits, armed with dainties for their favorite.
She had just been taken into the herd that season and had the place of the favorite next to the leader.
This was Sandy's favorite joke, and made life worth living for him.
I am so unfamiliar with this room that I haven't any favorite chair.
Napoleon had been at his favorite resort,—the grotto that overlooked the sea.
But, while he was at Autun, Napoleon seems to have been a favorite with his teachers.
Why was Mr. Greatheart, in Pilgrim's Progress, my favorite character?