Favourable - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈfeɪvərəbl|  American pronunciation of the word favourable
Brit.  |ˈfeɪv(ə)rəb(ə)l|  British pronunciation of the word favourable


- presaging or likely to bring good luck or a good outcome (syn: favorable, golden, lucky, prosperous)

Extra examples

The terms of the agreement are favourable for / to both sides.

They are particularly favourable to the English.

People of this small country look favourable upon immigrants.

Thanks for your favourable communication.

I hope for a favourable answer.

The response has been overwhelmingly favorable.

The disease spreads quickly under favourable conditions.

A smart appearance makes a favourable impression at an interview.

The opinion of the meeting was generally favourable to the amendment.

When a favourable wind came, we were able to beat up.

Arriving late won't create a very favourable impression.

We welcome any comments from viewers, favourable or otherwise.

Emmett's new exhibition has met with a favourable response from critics.

He sounded people out and found the responses favourable.

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