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acceptation favorable respect or esteem; approval. [1/2 definitions]
advertise to present (a product or idea) in a favorable light to win public patronage, support, or approval. [1/4 definitions]
auspice (often pl.) an omen or sign of the future, esp. one taken as favorable. [1/3 definitions]
auspicious likely to be followed by favorable events.
beneficial producing benefits; favorable or advantageous. [1/2 definitions]
benefit to gain or derive favorable results (usu. fol. by "from"). [1/5 definitions]
benign favorable or beneficial. [1/4 definitions]
blessing a special gift or favorable event, esp. one believed to come from a divine source. [1/4 definitions]
bright marked by favorable circumstances; promising. [1/7 definitions]
contrary not favorable; adverse. [1/6 definitions]
esteem high opinion; favorable judgment; respect. [1/3 definitions]
good approving, favorable, or optimistic. [2/24 definitions]
ground floor (informal) a favorable opportunity or position, esp. in or at the beginning of a business enterprise. [1/2 definitions]
halo effect the tendency of extraneous material or ideas to affect a judgment, attitude, or the like, esp. in a favorable direction. [2 definitions]
hold out to refuse to comply until conditions are more favorable. [1/2 definitions]
ill-disposed not favorable or receptive; hostile. [1/2 definitions]
impress1 to make a favorable impression. [1/7 definitions]
in having a favorable position. [1/12 definitions]
inhospitable of a place or climate, not offering shelter or a favorable condition or aspect; barren; forbidding. [1/2 definitions]
make hay while the sun shines to take advantage of an opportunity or get necessary work done while conditions are favorable.
occasion a particular moment that may be favorable or appropriate to carry out some action; juncture. [1/5 definitions]