favourably

All Adverb
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  • She won an award for her performance, and the play was also received favourably.
  • Yet these men will be more favourably received by society than you or I will be. Cited from Six Years in the Prisons of England, by A Merchant - Anonymous
  • When the book was released into the American market it was generally received more favourably.
  • If not too bad a case, this treatment will soon tell favourably. Cited from Papers on Health, by John Kirk
  • The track was favourably received by critics and has been covered by multiple artists.
  • The new museum received over a million visitors in its first year and was favourably received by critics.
  • I hope you will favourably represent my case to the publisher of the paper above-mentioned. Cited from The Prose Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Vol. VII, by Jonathan Swift
  • The single was received favourably and was widely regarded as a return to form for the band.
  • If it concerns a material issue in the trial, then it should be looked upon favourably.
  • Her promise to her dead husband bound her to answer favourably. Cited from The Maidens' Lodge, by Emily Sarah Holt
  • This was favourably received and the database has been in development ever since.
  • Stock Car is generally remembered favourably by those who have played it.
  • Then, again, London is favourably adapted to trade in respect to its own country. Cited from Up To Date Business, by Various
  • In addition, he was one of the few upper-class poets who wrote favourably about poor farmers.
  • "I only hope that we'll get on as favourably later on." Cited from Fritz and Eric, by John Conroy Hutcheson
  • The report was received favourably by people holding most shades of public opinion.
  • Those of whom he can report very favourably could be released on probation, and so on. Cited from Mental Defectives and Sexual Offenders, by W. H. Triggs et al
  • "I hope the 'man who had' reported favourably of us?" she threw out. Cited from The Lady Paramount, by Henry Harland
  • The suggestion was favourably received and many British ships appeared there in the next years.
  • Caesar claims his forces came out favourably in these initial actions, and so led his forces back to his camp.
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Synonyms of favourably