Definitions

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  • v. To favor especially or unduly.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To favor especially or unduly.

Etymologies

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From Medieval Latin favorizare.

Examples

  • They make these developments based on what people would like to happen and on the other hand, they favorize the fundamental tendencies of various social groups.

    The Brain, A Decoded Enigma

  • This also could favorize a form of induced schizophrenia (XS1B).

    The Brain, A Decoded Enigma

  • Of course the republican again favorize the banker and big industry.

    White House doubts need to halt all foreclosures - Yahoo! Finance

  • Even if Pounds 2006 is correct (local variations partially induced by anthropogenic GW favorize local growth of chytrid), the reasoning is spurious: chytrid is the main culprit.

    RealClimate

  • Every single student that left so far deserved to leave. (except for nasser, hopefully soon). .she has no favorites, and if she wanted to favorize, logically speaking, she would choose the lebanese contestants. so stop with ur BS talk.

    WALEG

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