Sentence for favorite | Use favorite in a sentence

Sentences for favorite. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use favorite in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for favorite.

  • Their favorite instrument? (3)
  • But his favorite pastime was building. (5)
  • Who is your favorite boet now, Passil? (9)
  • I am in my favorite rôle of Sole Survivor. (7)
  • It was a favorite instrument of the Welsh bards. (3)
  • Mrs. March would not deign a direct defence of her favorite. (9)
  • Without indelicacy, however, I may mention a favorite passage. (14)
  • Roderick Barclugh was soon a high favorite among the merchants. (18)
  • In French he is as inarticulate as one of his favorite shell-fish. (14)
  • The lying headline is a favorite device for misleading the reader. (16)
  • In 1802, Clementi went on a concert-tour with two favorite pupils, J. (3)
  • His concertos and serenade for violin are favorite works with soloists. (3)
  • Kirsteen had listened, with one foot on the hearth in her favorite attitude. (8)
  • Frost had installed herself as favorite since Mrs. Alger had praised her hair. (9)
  • It was a favorite instrument in the East, whence it reached Spain and lower Italy. (3)
  • One of his favorite relaxations was to sketch from nature or paint in water-colors. (3)
  • Their harp was similar in form to the Irish; their favorite instrument was the bagpipe. (3)
  • They are always ready for a man-hunt, and their favorite quarry is the man of politics. (16)
  • On minor points he was, beyond any author I have known, without favorite phrases or pet words. (9)
  • So was Abraham Hayward, who began abusing Houghton (then Monkton Milnes), a great favorite of hers. (14)
  • A favorite spot was a wood of larches whose green shoots had not yet quite ceased to smell of lemons. (8)
  • Goldsmith was one of these, but his prime abhorrence was my dear and honored prime favorite, Jane Austen. (9)
  • Guilmant, one of the most noted organists and composers of the present day, was a favorite pupil of Lemmens. (3)
  • His favorite exploit is to spread his extended fingers from edge to edge of the top of an ordinary waterpail. (21)
  • There ought certainly to be some bound beyond which the cult of favorite authors should not be suffered to go. (9)
  • The singing tone is a sort of nasal sing-song, the favorite method a nasal falsetto, the mouth being nearly closed. (3)
  • Nay, if Semestre had tempted her with the sweetest cakes, she would not have left her favorite nook by the spring now. (5)
  • I read them after him with a great deal of amusement, but without the passion that I bestowed upon my favorite authors. (9)
  • A favorite dodge was to exhibit the animal in the shadow of the naphtha torches at night, but exposure followed at once. (21)
  • In the orchestral field, he has produced four later symphonies, five piano concertos (that in G minor being the favorite), and two suites. (3)
  • I clapt a beginning upon it, patched it in the middle, and then got to what had always been my favorite part of the plan. (14)
  • Lying back on the cushioned seat, the warm air flying at his face, Felix contemplated with delight his favorite countryside. (8)
  • But she saw less and less of these without seeing more of other men, and perhaps in the last analysis she was not a favorite. (9)
  • The book was undoubtedly a favorite of mine, and I did not see then the artistic falterings in it which were afterwards evident to me. (9)
  • The most admired young lady in society, going everywhere, and everywhere courted and welcomed; the favorite of the fashionable Miss Milray. (9)
  • The regulation cheers tore from throats that grew hoarser and hoarser, till every class and every favorite in the faculty had been cheered. (9)
  • The favorite double bass of Dragonetti, the famous contrabassist, was by di Salo; Ole Bull frequently played on a di Salo violin in his concerts. (3)
  • Employing a favorite device of political humor, they may select a harmless blank cartridge, a respectable numskull, what is commonly called a perfumer. (16)
  • He was extremely reserved in spite of his sociability, his intimate friends (either Polish or favorite pupils) even quarrelled as to which knew him best. (3)
  • This warlike but thoroughly Teutonic monarch gathered at his court a brilliant coterie of instrumentalists, delighting to perform with them on his favorite instrument, the flute. (3)

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