Examples of favoritism in a Sentence
He accused the teacher of showing favoritism in assigning grades.
Recent Examples of favoritism from the Web
Such weakness and partisan favoritism breeds cynicism, and the rule of law breaks down.
Discrimination, harassment, and favoritism all come into play when there's romance across managerial levels.
Early favoritism has been assigned to Dunk based largely upon his 8 ¾-length maiden-breaking win at Gulfstream on July 15.
Outrage and allegations of incompetence and favoritism at the New Orleans Recreation Development Commission, which manages city parks, filled a three-hour public hearing Thursday (May 21).
Favorable legislation for companies in the tortilla business from the Salinas government helped take Gruma to another level, and led to claims of favoritism that lingered long after the Salinas government left office in 1994.
Where net neutrality stands: Under the Open Internet Order enacted by the FCC in 2015, internet providers cannot block access to content on websites or apps, interfere with loading speeds, or provide favoritism to those who pay extra.
His administration has since been battered by a scandal over suspicions of favoritism to a friend's business, verbal gaffes by cabinet ministers and concerns about Abe's intentions to revise the constitution.
If NBC News showed Trump favoritism of any sort, there would be an ethics scandal.
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First Known Use of favoritism
FAVORITISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of favoritism for English Language Learners
: the unfair practice of treating some people better than others
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Definition of favoritism for Students
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