favorite: appealing to the general public; "a favorite tourist attraction"
front-runner: a competitor thought likely to win
darling: a special loved one
favored: preferred above all others and treated with partiality; "the favored child"
favorite: something regarded with special favor or liking; "that book is one of my favorites"
(Favourites) In the context of the World Wide Web, a bookmark is a locally stored Uniform Resource Identifier (URI). All modern web browsers include bookmark features. ...
A person who enjoys special regard or favour; A person who is preferred or trusted above all others; A contestant or competitor thought most likely to win; Alternative form of favour; To bookmark; To add to one's list of favourites on a website that allows users to compile such lists; ...
(Favourites) A place on your Internet browser to store web addresses that you use often, or don’t want to forget.
(Favourites) Add a favourite page to a list on your browser for quick and easy access to it later.
(Favourites) Bookmark - way in browsers to store links to sites you wish to return to. Netscape, Mozilla, and Firefox use the term Bookmarks. The equivalent in Internet Explorer (IE) is called a Favourite
(Favourites) Nearly all web browsers support a bookmarking/address book feature that lets you save the address (URL) of a web page so that you can easily revisit the page at a later time. The equivalent of this in Netscape Navigator is "Bookmarks".
Favourites (also known as "Bookmarks") are a way for internet users to save quick links within their browser to their favourite sites that they use frequently. Favourites will either appear in a list within a drop-down menu, or on a toolbar which is always visible.
the selection with the shortest price / odds.
The competitor considered most likely to win and therefore has the shortest or lowest odds (also known as the "jolly" or "sponk").
Favourites are the team most likely to win an event. e.g. Manchester United are favourite to win the Premiership.
The runner or competitor that has the most dollars bet on it to win and is seen as having the greatest chance of winning.
The favourite is the shortest priced selection in a market.
a horse or dog which is tipped to win a race.
The team or individual the bookmakers rate as most likely to win the event.
The hand with the best odds that is favoured to win.
The horse or team with the lowest Odds (in essence, the horse or team believed to be the most likely winner).
The player who has a statistical advantage in a hand is the favourite to win. For example, a player with a pair of Queens is a favourite over a player with a pair of jacks.
This is the mostly likely outcome of an event according to a bookmaker.
The hand which is statistically most likely to win the pot
a team that is expected to win a particular match or tournament.^ Opposite of underdog.