Favor [noun]

Definition of Favor:

approval, good opinion; help

Opposite/Antonyms of Favor:

Sentence/Example of Favor:

There's definitely been a shift in favor of things like Medicare-for-all and a Green New Deal among Democrats in this state.

The stimulus package received 52 votes in favor, all from Republicans.

SoftBank’s sale of Arm unwinds another strategic investment in favor of boosting liquidity and enabling founder Masayoshi Son to focus on the more tactical investing he has said he wants to pursue.

The committee was not in favor of altering the voting process after votes had already been counted — even if it could result in a more diverse pool of winners.

The stimulus package received 52 votes in favor, all from Republicans, and 47 opposed votes from Democratic Senators and Kentucky Republican Rand Paul.

Microsoft stopped making its own line of phones four years ago, as consumers rejected its mobile platform in favor of those from Apple and Google.

The “ten blue links” have diminished in favor of a mix between search features and organic results.

Finnegan and his colleagues have since set, then thrown out, their first set of expectations in favor of much bigger ones.

Nuclear and coal are being phased out in favor of wind and solar, but the transition will take time, and in the meantime some energy source has to fill the gap.

A 2017 report by the nonpartisan Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law noted that existing congressional maps were largely biased in favor of the Republican Party.