favoritism

[ fey-ver-i-tiz-uh m, feyv-ri- ]SEE DEFINITION OF favoritism

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Wastefulness, profligacy, or favoritism in public expenditures is criminal.

Its favoritism, thats what it is, remarked Mr. Mackerly, shortly.

Of favoritism in appointments Mr. Gallatin could not be accused.

His appointments to office were marked by favoritism and incapacity.

No favoritism; no throwing weight around; no glory-grabbing.

Why, would be difficult to say on any other hypothesis than that of favoritism.

Berkeley denied the charges of favoritism and misgovernment.

So the jailor, showing no favoritism, had seen fit to handcuff young Jim.

Case of favoritism, I suppose, said McCarney, sympathetically.

I have another objection to this policy: the favoritism that is involved in it.

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