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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfavoritismfa‧vo‧rit‧is‧m /ˈfeɪvərətɪzəm/ noun [uncountable]  x-refthe American spelling of favouritism
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favoritismNepotism, cronyism and favoritism are rampant.We are uncomfortable with first ladies who are at home in the world of suspect financial practices and favoritism.Many cultures bias their legacies, parental care, sustenance, and favoritism toward sons at the expense of daughters.A boss who is romantically involved with a subordinate can exhibit favoritism through raises, promotions, assignments and the like.The hypocrisy involved in her narrow favoritism was revealed in several ways.An item from the recent corporate survey shows an 8 % decline in employee ratings of supervisor fairness and absence of favoritism.School district employees believed that promotions were based on favoritism.You may need additional training, but the matter of supervisory favoritism lies in your hands.This favoritism took the form of inheritance of land and wealth, but it also took the form of simple care.
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