Examples of favoritism in a Sentence
He accused the teacher of showing favoritism in assigning grades.
Recent Examples of favoritism from the Web
The decision fit an emerging pattern of Trump pardoning conservative figures, creating an appearance of political favoritism in the exercise of a potent presidential power.
Now, of course, critics are watching Vance for any sign of favoritism toward Weinstein.
The decision is an unusual development that comes amid accusations of favoritism and confusion over the agency’s bidding process for certain types of grants.
Indeed, Pai’s alleged favoritism toward Sinclair is currently the subject of an inspector general’s investigation that was requested by two Democratic members of Congress.
The report follows up on a similar paper — also funded by the alliance — in 2014 that detailed millions in campaign contributions and argued there was favoritism by lawmakers and regulators at the Public Service Commission.
Voters were able to set aside the old reasons that were used to keep UMNO in power, such as the identity politics of the country’s dominant Malay people and the official favoritism given to them.
The student interviews, conducted Feb. 8, were prompted by reports of favoritism toward the student, said Richard Rundhaug, the school district's interim superintendent.
Zavala said the pay discrepancy is due to favoritism, not longevity.
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Definition of favoritism for English Language Learners
: the unfair practice of treating some people better than others
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