preferential[ pref-uh-ren-shuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF preferential
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PREFERENTIAL
Proportional representation and preferential voting I have mentioned.
Preferential trade was the alternative path to imperial federation.
With that end no one will quarrel; but how will preferential trade promote it?
Is the preferential shop so delicate a fabric as to prove futile?
This city should elect its municipal officers by preferential voting.
Mr. Chamberlain broached his plan of preferential tariffs in a speech at Birmingham on May 15, 1903.
The other Premiers agreed to consider whether Canada's preferential tariff policy could be followed.
He is giving the lender a right to a preferential share in his future income.
Preferential dock charges are prohibited and a port fund established under the act.
The dead are either cremated or buried, the former being the preferential mode.
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