- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of prefer.
“The notion that a majority might act in concert to establish whatever sort of government it prefers is denied by libertarians, and denounced as usurpation.”
“The sort of government Matt prefers is the Scandinavian model — one with high taxes, high government spending, and generous welfare benefits.”
“Palin prefers that unelected insurance industry clerks make these life-and-death decisions which include increasing their boss's and possibly their own pay by denying services.”
“I knew that one looked like trouble from the start. and who knows, maybe Robin prefers brown.”
“The drunkard Alwin prefers his meal in the company of warm sake.”
“Hell - that is OLD NEWS, McCain prefers Town Hall meetings where he answers direct questions put to him by folks in the audience.”
“Perhaps Palin prefers to keep her religious beliefs private.”
“But a couple said we should just pronounce it the way the bearer of the name prefers, including one who pronounces her name "freed" even though it's spelled "fried," like fried rice.”
“Alvin prefers that place over other sushi restaurants.”
“Catlin prefers to work in a short-sleeve T-shirt with wildlife or Native American rock art style designs instead of a white lab coat, but it is all business here.”
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