- v. Simple past tense and past participle of favorite.
“Instead, he says the best part about being favorited is being featured on users’ Technorati front pages:”
“About three-quarters of the way through, readers finally hear, for the first time, about how this Twitter account was held by another user prior to being obtained by the Department of Health and Human Services, and that it was this previous owner who had "favorited" all those tweets.”
“It's the incredibly true story of how the Department of Health and Human Services obtained a Twitter handle from another user, who had apparently "favorited" some tweets pertaining to the aforementioned vodka and rapper.”
“Sarah Palin apparently "favorited" a tweet that claimed Barack Obama was a Taliban Muslim.”
“In fact, the glow from their Macs is still alight as they work on some key enhancements that will roll out over the next few months, such as a personalized "smart bar" that recommends content you might like based on what you've viewed and "favorited," as well as more advanced functionality for the Exercise and Workout Finder, so it will be even easier to find the perfect routine for you.”
“Jake, I've never purposefully 'favorited' any Tweet.”
“Jake Tapper, I've never purposefully 'favorited' any Tweet.”
“Whether Palin retweeted "favorited" the Coulter tweet personally is unclear, but SarahPAC staffer Rebecca Mansour insisted to a reporter this summer that "anything that goes out under Palin's name is hers.”
“On Tuesday, viewers voted it the second most "favorited" video in the world.”
“That's a typical — and "favorited" — comment on a Metafilter post about a terrific collection of stupid complaints to the FCC about various TV shows.”
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