Definition of 'joint favourite'
Example sentences containing 'joint favourite'
Not only are the pair joint favourites to pick up both prizes - they were also once husband and wife.The Sun (2010)
Australia are joint favourites with Poland.The Sun (2009)
An enterprising bookmaker has named the archbishops of Birmingham and Southwark as joint favourites.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Definition of joint favourite from the Collins English Dictionary
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