favours

All Noun Verb
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  • The scoring system favours both longer words and words containing less common letters.
  • Year after year the favours flow in from this friend whom she does not know. Cited from Christianity and Progress, by Harry Emerson Fosdick
  • And Fire records never did us any favours when we were on the label.
  • The rest was favours from friends, but for the second one we had much more money.
  • Some bar girls are called to dance at private parties, where they often provide sexual favours.
  • Neither she demanded nor accepted any favours from anyone throughout her life.
  • You must ride with fortune if you expect to win many of her favours. Cited from The Black Colonel, by James Milne
  • Both sides claim that the sequence of events was such that favours their cause.
  • She was not used to asking even small favours from her friends. Cited from Good Old Anna, by Marie Belloc Lowndes
  • He personally asked favours to some world leaders to support his world cup bid.
  • He also favours the colour black as a sign of his evil.
  • Of course she has had a hard life, but she doesn't do herself any favours either.
  • There have also been suggestions of her having been free with her favours.
  • He was thus a highly influential person and was able to perform many favours for his friends.
  • And the like favours were continued throughout the soldier's stay at the hospital. Cited from The Romance of Old New England Rooftrees, by Mary Caroline Crawford
  • Falling attendances had done the club no favours during its final few years.
  • She shows similar treatment to those who ask her for favours and don't keep their promises.
  • In turn he, for the first time, gained the royal favours.
  • Such moments have not done the play any favours with modern critics.
  • Her favours are beyond all price, but still they are always coupled with gold. Cited from The Pacha of Many Tales, by Frederick Marryat
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Root form of favours is favour for both verb and noun.