Elect and Favorite

Elect

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Elect adjective – Singled out from a number or group as more to one's liking.
Usage example: this elect body of students represents the best that the nation's high schools have to offer

Favorite and elect are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Favorite" instead the word "Elect" as an adjective or a noun.
Nearby Words: election, elected, elective, electing, elector
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Favorite

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Favorite adjective – Singled out from a number or group as more to one's liking.
Usage example: mint chocolate chip is my favorite flavor of ice cream

Elect and favorite are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Elect" instead the word "Favorite" as an adjective or a verb.
Nearby Words: favored, favoritism
Synonyms for Favorite

Both words in one sentence

  • However, they will sometimes elect to follow-heal your tax collectors, who are incredibly fragile and also favorite targets of monsters because of the gold they carry.
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