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favourable adj.

VERBS be, look, seem | become | remain

ADV. exceptionally, extremely, highly, very She gained a highly favourable impression of the company. | extraordinarily, overwhelmingly | fairly, moderately, quite | broadly, generally His proposals met with a broadly favourable response. | uniquely

PREP. for Conditions are now favourable for skiing. | to The court's judgement was favourable to their client.