Third-person singular simple present indicative form of favor. (verb)
Examples of word favors
After all, Connecticut is largely a rural shithole outside of the New York Suburbs — and those suburbs would be looking like Detroit without $24 Trillion in favors from the White House.
Culinary critic Jonathan Meades said the term "favors segregation over inspiration," while Hardeep Singh Kohli, the comedian and food writer, retorted "Food defines who we are.
Our government is working for everyone but the people; they are in election mode 100% of the time, accepting money, gifts and favors from the lobbyists, Wall Street, banks, global Corporations, PACs, auto industry and unions.
Our government is working for everyone but the people; they are in election mode 100% of the time, accepting money, gifts and favors from the lobbyists, special interest groups, PACs, Wall Street, Banks, global Corporations, auto industry and unions.
The terrain "favors the enemy," said Col. Gary Montgomery, a Marine historian who recently returned from a trip to Afghanistan.
Calling in favors might have simplified the agent-finding process, but as you'll see, I wound up with the absolute perfect agent for me, so I think my method worked just fine
Haggis and Sneaky then extort favors from the chinchillas in exchange for flat-screen TVs and cell phones.
Wednesday's ride covers 119 miles from Vatan to Saint-Fargeau and again favors sprinters.
The course again favors sprinters, and time differences are unlikely to be significant among the top three.