A person or thing that is especially popular or particularly well liked by someone
the song is still a favorite after 20 years
The competitor thought most likely to win a game or contest, esp. by people betting on the outcome
he was the early favorite to win the South Carolina caucuses
appealing to the general public; "a favorite tourist attraction"
something regarded with special favor or liking; "that book is one of my favorites"
darling: a special loved one
favored: preferred above all others and treated with partiality; "the favored child"
front-runner: a competitor thought likely to win
The Favorite ("Favourite") was an Aurore class submarine of the French navy. She was captured by the Germans in June 1940 and recommissioned in the Kriegsmarine as UF-2 in May 1941.
Favorite (born 1986 as Christoph Alex in Essen, Germany) is a German rapper, who's signed 2004 to Selfmade Records. His album Anarcho peaked at number 24 in the German charts.
The Favorite (also titled Intimate Power) is a 1989 film based on the life story of Aimée du Buc de Rivéry that takes place at the dawn of the 19th century.
(Favorites) In the context of the World Wide Web, a bookmark is a locally stored Uniform Resource Identifier (URI). All modern web browsers include bookmark features. ...
(Favorites (Johnny Gill album)) Favorites is a compilation album of hit songs by singer Johnny Gill.
(The Favorites) The Favorites are an indie pop band from Houston, Texas. They were previously known as Burst.
Preferred one, one with special favor; Expected or most probable to win; Alternative form of favor; To bookmark; To add to one's list of favorites on a website that allows users to compile such lists; Preferred
Your “favorites” are plans that you’re interested in. When you’re trying to decide which plan to join, you can create a list of plans you’re interested in so that you can return to the Medicare Prescription Drug Plan Finder later and still be able to see those plans. ...
(Favorites) Another term for bookmarks used by the Internet Explorer web browser. A saved link to a favourite web page.
(Favorites) A facility within the Internet Explorer Browser that enables you to keep a record of Web pages that you have visited and may wish to visit again. Also known as bookmarks: see Bookmark. Favorites are stored in a subdirectory of the Windows directory on your computer. ...
(FAVORITES) the name used by Microsoft's browser software program for bookmarks.
(Favorites) A list of files or Web pages you plan to use frequently.
(Favorites) A long-standing tradition in weblogs is providing links to other sites, especially other weblogs. The Favorites section in Blogware allows you to create lists of links, or blogrolls. ...
(Favorites) A menu option at the top of the screen that shows any websites that have been previously saved for you to return to on a different day, much like a traditional bookmark is used for books.
(Favorites) A set of shortcuts to web sites, folders, or files that you use often.
(Favorites) A term used for the probability, chance or the numbers that frequently come up at times of a certain game.
(Favorites) In Internet Explorer, a collection of URLs that the user saved because of frequent use or to make them easy to find again. In Netscape these are called Bookmarks.
(Favorites) It is possible for a user to enter a number of addresses or places into their TomTom and save them as a Favorite. It is then possible for a user to quickly access these places to navigate to them.
(Favorites) List of your favourite web sites
(Favorites) Star the Tweets you’d like to come back to for their useful links or other valued information. Clicking on the Favorites link will show you all the Tweets you’ve selected.