Favourable vs Favourableness - What's the difference?
As an adjective favourable
is pleasing, encouraging or approving.
As a noun favourableness is
the state or condition of being favourable.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
* favorable (chiefly US )
pleasing, encouraging or approving
useful or helpful
- The candidate wearing the business suit made a favourable impression.
convenient or at a suitable time; opportune
- We made quick progress, due to favourable winds.
auspicious or lucky
- The rain stopped at a favourable time for our tennis match.
- She says that she was born under a favourable star.
* (pleasing ): approving, encouraging, good, pleasing
* (useful ): advantageous, helpful, useful
* (opportune ): convenient, good, handy, opportune, suitable
* (auspicious ): auspicious, fortunate, lucky
* (pleasing ): bad, discouraging, displeasing, unfavourable
* (useful ): unhelpful
* (opportune ): bad, inconvenient, inopportune, unsuitable
* (auspicious ): inauspicious, unfavourable, unlucky
The state or condition of being favourable.