liking; goodwill; approval
treating one person or group more generously or leniently than others; partiality
act of kindness beyond what is due or usual
treat with partiality; show more favour to one person, group, etc. than to another
agree with sth
be easy to; convenience for
resemble in features
"that style is in favor this season"
"the outcome was in his favor"
"he favors his second daughter"
"The local team was favored"
His young Life-guardsman, for whom he seemed to have taken a special favour.
出自： Sir W. Scott
Rochester..stood high in the favour of the King.
出自： Ld Macaulay
Josephus seems to favour the division of the City into three parts.
出自： E. Stillingfleet
Please favour me with an answer.
Please favour me with a prompt reply.
Please favour me with an interview.
Busy as he was, he favoured us with an interview.
The Queen favoured them with a short speech.
When will you favour us with a visit?
We hoped to be favoured with your early answer.
She was favoured with an invitation.