Favorable [adjective]

Definition of Favorable:

approving, friendly

Opposite/Antonyms of Favorable:

Sentence/Example of Favorable:

On a scale of 1 to 100, with 100 being most favorable, views of China are at 32 on average, down from 45 two years ago and from a high of 53 in 1986.

The poll shows 47 percent of likely voters have a favorable opinion of Harrison, while 44 percent say the same of Graham.

By the spring of 2018, the NLRB’s then-new general counsel, Peter Robb, reached a settlement viewed as favorable to McDonald’s and its franchisees.

Speaking of polarization, a handful of the post-convention polls also asked respondents how strongly favorable or unfavorable they felt toward the two nominees.

Additionally, the more favorable cancelation options have alleviated some hesitancy among advertisers at committing to spend millions of dollars.

This allows the party to shape a favorable national narrative and suppress views critical of the state.

What Utah has done better than almost anything else in this series, though, is put Mitchell into favorable matchups in isolation.

According to a Suffolk University poll from last week, 71 percent of likely Democratic primary voters had a favorable opinion of Markey, and 63 percent had a favorable opinion of Kennedy.

The case history hasn’t been favorable to Catholic Social Services.

While margins are only in the 20% to 30% range and virtual event margins are far more favorable, publishers still have to think about how they can generate such a large chunk of their cash flow for the year.