favor [ fey-ver ]
Main Entry: favor
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: approval, good opinion; help
Synonyms: accommodation, account, admiration, aid, approbation, assistance, backing, benediction, benefit, benevolence, benignity, bias, blessing, boon, championship, compliment, consideration, cooperation, courtesy, dispensation, encouragement, esteem, estimation, friendliness, gift, good turn, good will, grace, indulgence, kindness, largess, obligement, okay, partiality, patronage, present, regard, respect, service, support, token
Antonyms: disapproval, disfavor
Main Entry: favor
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: pamper, reward; help
Synonyms: abet, accommodate, advance, aid, assist, be partial to, befriend, do a kindness, do right by, esteem, facilitate, further, gratify, humor, indulge, make exception, oblige, play favorites, promote, pull strings, show consideration, side with, smile upon, spare, spoil, treat well, value
Antonyms: hinder, hurt, thwart
Main Entry: favor
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: prefer, like
Synonyms: accept, advocate, appreciate, approbate, approve, back, be in favor of, be on one's side, buck for, champion, choose, commend, cotton to, countenance, encourage, endorse, esteem, eulogize, fancy, flash on, for, go for, hold with, honor, incline, lean toward, look up to, opt for, patronize, pick, praise, prize, regard highly, root for, sanction, single out, support, take a liking to, take a shine to, take to, think well of, tilt toward, value
Antonyms: disfavor, dislike
Main Entry: favor
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: look like
Synonyms: be the image of, be the picture of, feature, resemble, simulate, take after
Main Entry: accept
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: believe the goodness, realness of something
Synonyms: acknowledge, affirm, approbate, approve, buy*, countenance, fancy, favor, go for, hold, hold with, like, recognize, relish, swallow*, take as gospel truth, take stock in, trust
Antonyms: disagree, dispute, reject, renounce, repudiate
Main Entry: acceptance
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: belief in goodness of something
Synonyms: accedence, accession, acknowledgment, acquiescence, admission, adoption, affirmation, agreement, approbation, approval, assent, concession, concurrence, favor, recognition, seal of approval
Antonyms: disbelief
Main Entry: accommodate
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: perform service
Synonyms: afford, aid, arrange, assist, avail, benefit, bow, comfort, convenience, defer, favor, furnish, gratify, help, humor, indulge, oblige, pamper, please, provide, serve, settle, submit, suit, supply, support, sustain, yield
Antonyms: bar, block, frustrate, hinder, impede, limit, obstruct, prevent, stop
Main Entry: admiration
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: great respect
Synonyms: account, adoration, affection, applause, appreciation, approbation, approval, deference, delight, esteem, estimation, favor, fondness, glorification, homage, honor, idolatry, idolization, liking, love, marveling, obeisance, pleasure, praise, prizing, recognition, regard, reverence, valuing, veneration, wonder, wonderment, worship
Antonyms: aversion, contempt, disapproval, disgust, dislike, disregard, hate, hatred, loathing
Main Entry: advantage
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: benefit, favored position or circumstance
Synonyms: aid, ascendancy, asset, assistance, authority, avail, blessing, boon, break, choice, comfort, convenience, dominance, edge, eminence, expediency, favor, gain, good, gratification, help, hold, improvement, influence, interest, lead, leeway, leg-up, leverage, luck, mastery, odds, position, power, pre-eminence, precedence, preference, prestige, prevalence, profit, protection, recognition, resources, return, sanction, starting, superiority, support, supremacy, upper hand, utility, wealth
Antonyms: disadvantage, drawback, handicap, hindrance, loss, obstacle, restriction
Main Entry: advocate
Part of Speech: verb
Definition: support idea or cause publicly
Synonyms: advance, advise, argue for, back, be in corner, bless, bolster, boost*, brace up, build up, campaign for, champion, countenance, defend, encourage, favor, further, get on bandwagon, give a leg up, give a lift, go for, go to bat for, go with, hold with, justify, plead for, plug*, plump for, press for, promote, propose, push, recommend, ride shotgun for, root for, run interference for, say so, side, speak for, spread around, stump for, support, tout, uphold, urge, vindicate
Antonyms: assail, attack, criticize, impugn, oppose, protest
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