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Definition of "favourably" []

  • In a favourable manner. (adverb)

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Use "favourably" in a sentence
  • "As Darwin favourably cited Haeckel, and the father of Eugenics, Galton, he also mentioned, and called a "great philosopher", the father of Social Darwinism, Herbert Spencer, in Descent …."
  • "At first nobody knew who Perkins was, and the name favourably impressed no one; but before the shock of it had passed away, it was realised that Perkins was the son of Perkins the linendraper."
  • "Willoughby Maule: indeed, she argued favourably from the baldness of"
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