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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of favourite.

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Examples

  • If you'd like to share what you enjoy with others, you can even send things you have "favourited" to Facebook, MySpace, Digg, Twitter, or a number of other social networking sites.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Your aim here is to build partnerships within your niche and be "favourited" as much as possible.

    SEOmoz Daily SEO Blog

  • If you'd like to share what you enjoy with others, you can even send things you have "favourited" to Facebook, MySpace,

    IOL Technology

  • Regularly bought items can be "favourited", with the lists syncing back to your account to be fine tuned when you're at your PC.

    Tech Digest

  • Nearly seven hundred thousand users 'favourited' content, adding an average of 2.5 programmes each.

    From the North...

  • Nearly 700,000 users 'favourited' content, adding an average of 2.5 programmes each.

    All - Digital Spy - Entertainment and Media News

  • So that only the topics which have been "favourited" the most times are listed in a special separate forum?

    PunBB Forums

  • [...] blogger Dadventure had a disturbing story a few months ago about a guy named Alec who noticed photos of his daughter he put up on Flickr had been "favourited" by someone [...] alan parent Says:

    Flickr Perversion « open thinking

  • Same goes for any favourited YouTube videos or Flickr photostreams.

    Twitter obsession

  • The 'list of cultural heritage stuff I like' could be drawn from stuff you've bookmarked, exhibitions you've attended (or reviewed) or stuff favourited in a meta-museum site.

    Archive 2009-05-01

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