[ UK /fˈe‍ɪvɹɪt/ ]
[ US /ˈfeɪvɝɪt/ ]
  1. a special loved one
  2. something regarded with special favor or liking
    that book is one of my favorites
  3. a competitor thought likely to win
  1. appealing to the general public
    a favorite tourist attraction
  2. preferred above all others and treated with partiality
    the favored child
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How To Use favourite In A Sentence

  • While on the elimination diet, try to avoid hanging on to a few favourite foods and eating only those. The Allergy Handbook
  • My favourite it the Magpie- my friend made a film about them a couple of years ago and i'm in it saying 'they're like English parrots don't you think?' and then going on to show how I think they have really great bums that you just want to squoosh your face in. It's a Giveaway!!!!
  • I had a full a la carte menu to choose from, freshly cooked meats, chilled lasagne (a favourite) and cakes of every description.
  • However, O'Kane's favourite pastime is hillwalking in the Wicklow hills.
  • I record my favourite songs onto blank tapes to play in the car and I normally do them by mood or genre.
  • The favourite for the interdominion grand final will be decided by Monday's barrier draw.
  • A Roman favourite is maccheroni alla carbonara, a ham and egg mixture with a creamy sauce.
  • At the beginning of summer the young steinbocks are born and during their first months they are the eagle's favourite preys.
  • Coming back from a child-free brunch at our favourite cafe earlier today, A asked me if I regretted his getting a vasectomy. November « 2009 « oh frabjous day!
  • Tuesday, 19 February 2008 first signs of spring - centre piece of the month february pick whatever flowers you get at the supermarket to make this little basket filled with flowers. ranunculus are my favourites and available all over the place at the moment, so i chose to put them into this flowery centrepiece. the orchid is quite fancy but you just really need one to pimp this up (and it keeps for ever!). a rose or two, some ivy and green leaves from the forest and you are all set. to get started line a basket with some foil and trim on the edges. soak some floral foam in water and place in the basket, when soaked wet (can be really, really wet - it will have to work as a vase to the flowers), eventually cut and trim the floral on the edges, so that it resembles an arch. trim flowers and green leaves and stick into pot. start doing so on the bottom of foam, working upwards until you have an even flowery centrepiece. make sure foam stays moist - adding some water from time to time. Archive 2008-02-01
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