Sentence examples for favouritism from high-quality English sources.

  • Crime, corruption and favouritism are rife.

  • Cologna is the fastest past the 8km mark, so far living up to his favouritism.

  • Yes, once again, it seems it was by Jacky Fisher, who in 1901 wrote: "Favouritism was the secret of our efficiency in the old days...

  • Her particular beauty helped gain her favouritism from Ahmed and, combined with her intelligence, was able to earn her considerable authority and influence in the palace among his wives.

  • This can lead to inconsistency and even outright favouritism.

  • (This favouritism has actually been demonstrated statistically.)

  • Southerners chafe at Mr Ouattara’s perceived favouritism towards the north.

  • It’s up to the government to demonstrate there was no favouritism at play here.”

Use favouritism in a sentence.

  • So, too, is favouritism shown to a fellow-worker because she (or he) is sleeping with the boss.

  • Tuchel needs to keep the mood light with consistent selections, ensuring he cannot be accused of favouritism, and for Chelsea to find buyers for unhappy players.

  • That means it has to be more wary than Twitter when moderating content as it is more vulnerable to accusations of political favouritism and thus to scrutiny by lawmakers.

  • They referred to appalling leadership, culture of fear, painted a picture of an organisation ruled by favouritism where athlete and coach welfare was relegated behind medals.

  • Career development and progression was hindered by insufficient training and a lack of transparency in processes, as well as decision-making “influenced by favouritism and nepotism”.

  • His attempt to secure preferential treatment for a young relative stationed in Crimea provoked severe criticism and typified the aristocratic favouritism that hindered the British war effort.

  • The laws, chief among which were the intricate and oppressive taboos, bore heavily upon the masses, especially women, and their administration became largely a matter of arbitrariness and favouritism.

  • Her illuminating book describes the state’s clear favouritism of the Russian Orthodox Church, plus its increasing harassment of minority believers, which echo the anti-religious policies of “Beria and Brezhnev”.

favouritism sentence examples

  • But they are causing a lot of trouble in the Pacific north-west, as a federal power agency pushes private wind turbines off the grid in what critics call a case of favouritism towards electricity generated by federal dams.

  • Since his death, there has been a great deal of speculation and rumours of nepotism and favouritism in the Bollywood film industry – something that I also realised when moving to the UK, where I had to work hard to achieve everything that I have.

  • The government has been urged to demonstrate there was no favouritism at play in awarding Serco a contact-tracing contract worth £108m, as a leaked memo revealed the outsourcing firm was enlisted to help with the Covid-19 response as early as January.

  • On Thursday the government in effect agreed; Julia Lopez, a Cabinet Office minister, said an internal review would be held into the awarding of private contracts during the pandemic, so ministers could be sure there was “no basis” for claims of favouritism to Tory supporters or donors.

favouritism


  • noun cognition

    - an inclination to favor some person or group


  • noun act

    - unfair treatment of a person or group on the basis of prejudice

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On this page, there are 20 sentence examples for favouritism. They are all from high-quality sources and constantly processed by lengusa's machine learning routines.

    Sentence frequency composition for this page:
  • 8 sentence examples for favouritism from The Economist
  • 6 sentence examples for favouritism from The Guardian
  • 2 sentence examples for favouritism from BBC
  • 3 sentence examples for favouritism from Encyclopedia Britannica
  • 1 sentence examples for favouritism from Independent
    There are 2 relevant lexical connections:
  • • Relevant word or phrase for favouritism is favoritism
  • • Relevant word or phrase for favouritism is discrimination

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