Crossword clues for favoritism
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Favoritism \Fa"vor*it*ism\, n. [Cf. F. favoritisme.] The disposition to favor and promote the interest of one person or family, or of one class of men, to the neglect of others having equal claims; partiality.
A spirit of favoritism to the Bank of the United
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
n. (context US English) (alternative spelling of favouritism English)
Usage examples of "favoritism".
And in close second place, it was a chance for me to show the rankers that their general sees justice done as justice should be done, no favoritism for members of the family.
He releases papers so that all would believe Vyanat murdered his own brother to save himself, when Vyanat had killed his brother to show he would not countenance favoritism and ill-doing by his brother.
The entire hive protected the bee against the caprices of favoritism and the brutalities of despotism.
They were discreet, and there wasn't a hint of favoritism, but small unit command was about managing personalities, and sex was one of the biggest destabilizers around.
They were discreet, and there wasn’t a hint of favoritism, but small unit command was about managing personalities, and sex was one of the biggest destabilizers around.
I seek only to explain in part the kindly favoritism extended to me by a monarch who values cultural studies.
Who is it who gives regular favoritism to her and Channel 75, with exclusives and tips?
The implication of favoritism and influence peddling may adhere long after the gift itself is consigned to a closet shelf.