more favorable[ fey-ver-uh-buh l, feyv-ruh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF more favorable
Synonyms for more favorable
- in favor of
Antonyms for more favorable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE FAVORABLE
They had expected a more favorable outcome of their expedition.
What more favorable separation was likely to present itself?
Off to the left, in front of Chapman, the lay of the land was more favorable.
So you think that the ladies regard you with more favorable eyes?
Nothing could be more favorable for the effect of such a spectacle.
It was easy and effective, but seemed to be more favorable to revery than conversation.
Now and then, where the ground was more favorable, it was easily discernible.
The more capable the tenant the more favorable the terms he may exact.
There is nothing in the soil of the one more favorable to slave than the other.
The more Chester thought of this plan the more favorable it struck him.