favourably favourably

Definition(s):

  • (adv) showing approval

Usage(s):

  • If it is the latter, wouldn't it also be possible that at that time the argument for a public option will be regarded more favourably? - finally, i understand the argument for a .

News

  1. 5 min Chart

    Poll: As a Forex trader, how successful are you today? Well neckline bounces tend to be very strong so it could be a good buying opportunity there. That is, unless this H1 bounce off the previous swing high & wedge (green line) plays out. I'll be in long in 4 minutes if the candle prints favourably.
    on August 20, 2013     Source: Daily FX

  2. Trade FOREX with FXCM

    Poll: As a Forex trader, how successful are you today? Well neckline bounces tend to be very strong so it could be a good buying opportunity there. That is, unless this H1 bounce off the previous swing high & wedge (green line) plays out. I'll be in long in 4 minutes if the candle prints favourably.
    on August 20, 2013     Source: Daily FX

Quotes

  1. "If I could have known nine years ago and could have looked into the future, would I have acted favourably upon the parole board's recommendation? Of course not," Huckabee told Fox News Radio on Monday.
    on Nov 30, 2009 By: Mike Huckabee Source: CBC.ca

  2. "If you were able to put in a cameo appearance and say a supporting word, I'm sure it would have an impact on the group and be favourably noted in the press," Lord Black wrote.
    on May 23, 2007 By: Conrad Black Source: Times Online

  3. Mr Swan told ABC Radio earlier in the day excessive rate rises "won't be viewed favourably by the Australian government or Australian families".
    on Jan 7, 2008 By: Wayne Swan Source: The Age

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