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favored

FA'VORED, pp.

1. Countenanced; supported; aided; supplied with advantages; eased; spared.

2. a. Regarded with kindness; as a favored friend.

3. With well or ill prefixed, featured.

Well-favored is well-looking, having a good countenance or appearance, fleshy, plump, handsome.

Ill-favored is ill-looking, having an ugly appearance, lean. See Gen. 39. Gen 41. &c.

Well-favoredly, with a good appearance. [Little used.]

Ill-favoredly, with a bad appearance. [Little used.]



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FA'VORED, pp.

1. Countenanced; supported; aided; supplied with advantages; eased; spared.

2. a. Regarded with kindness; as a favored friend.

3. With well or ill prefixed, featured.

Well-favored is well-looking, having a good countenance or appearance, fleshy, plump, handsome.

Ill-favored is ill-looking, having an ugly appearance, lean. See Gen. 39. Gen 41. &c.

Well-favoredly, with a good appearance. [Little used.]

Ill-favoredly, with a bad appearance. [Little used.]

FA'VOR-ED, pp.

  1. Countenanced; supported; aided; supplied with advantages; eased; spared.
  2. adj. Regarded with kindness; as, a favored friend.
  3. With well or ill prefixed, featured. Well-favored, well-looking, having a good countenance or appearance, fleshy, plump, handsome. Ill-favored, is ill-looking, having an ugly appearance, lean. See Gen. xxxix, xli, &c. Well-favoredly, with a good appearance. [Little used.] Ill-favoredly, with a bad appearance. [Little used.]

Fa"vored
  1. Countenanced; aided; regarded with kidness; as, a favored friend.
  2. Having a certain favor or appearance; featured; as, well-favored; hard-favored, etc.
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Favored

FA'VORED, participle passive

1. Countenanced; supported; aided; supplied with advantages; eased; spared.

2. adjective Regarded with kindness; as a favored friend.

3. With well or ill prefixed, featured.

Well-favored is well-looking, having a good countenance or appearance, fleshy, plump, handsome.

Ill-favored is ill-looking, having an ugly appearance, lean. See Genesis 39:1. Genesis 41:3. etc.

Well-favoredly, with a good appearance. [Little used.]

Ill-favoredly, with a bad appearance. [Little used.]

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importance

IMPORT'ANCE, n.

1. Weight; consequence; a bearing on some interest; that quality of any thing by which it may affect a measure, interest or result. The education of youth is of great importance to a free government. A religious education is of infinite importance to every human being.

2. Weight or consequence in the scale of being.

Thy own importance know.

Nor bound thy narrow views to things below.

3. Weight or consequence in self-estimation.

He believes himself a man of importance.

4. Thing implied; matter; subject; importunity. [In these senses, obsolete.]

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u

U is the twenty first letter and the fifth vowel in the English Alphabet. The sound seems to be nearly that of eu, shortened and blended. This sound however is not precisely that of eu or yu, except in a few words, as in unite, union, uniform; the sound does not begin with the distinct sound of e, nor end in the distinct sound of oo, unless when prolonged. It cannot be well expressed in letters. This sound is heard in the unaffected pronunciation of annuity, numerate, brute, mute, dispute, duke, true, truth, rule, prudence, opportunity, infusion.

Some modern writers make a distinction between the sound of u, when it follows r, as in rude, truth, and its sound when it follows other letters, as in mute, duke; making the former sound equivalent to oo; rood, trooth; and the latter a diphthong equivalent to eu or yu. This is a mischievous innovation, and not authorized by any general usage either in England or the United States. The difference, very nice indeed, between the sound of u in mute, and in rude, is owing entirely to the articulation which precedes that letter. For example, when a labial precedes u, we enter on its sound with the lips closed, and in opening them to the position required for uttering u, there is almost necessarily a slight sound of e formed before we arrive at the proper sound of u. When r precedes u, the mouth is open before the sound of u is commenced. But in both cases, u is to be considered as having the same sound.

In some words, as in bull, full, pull, the sound of u is that of the Italian u, the French ou, but shortened. This is a vowel.

U has another short sound, as in tun, run, sun, turn, rub. This also is a vowel.

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