disfavor


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Synonyms for disfavor

unfavorable opinion or judgment

to have or express an unfavorable opinion of

Synonyms for disfavor

the state of being out of favor

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an inclination to withhold approval from some person or group

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Lodge noted that Waugh is doing "extremely well" now, but in the late 1950s he was in "considerable disfavor.
Peterson brought up another time-honored tradition that has fallen into disfavor -- parental responsibility.
The topics include notes on divine presence in the Books of Ezra and Nehemiah, converging metaphors in family religion in ancient Israel and the Levant, the theme of divine disfavor in the biblical prophetic books, reflections on the biblical evidence for how comprehensible divine silence can be, and the eloquent silence of God in Esther.
This inequality is mainly occurs due to household problems and disfavor of the society towards women's entrepreneurship.
There is some evidence that a father's disfavoritism has a stronger relationship with a son's maladjustment than does a mother's disfavoritism, and that a mother's disfavoritism has a stronger relationship with a daughter's maladjustment than does a father's (Bandura, 1986), and also that parental favoritism is pathogenic when the disfavored child is the same gender as the parent expressing disfavor of that child's sibling (Scholte et al.
One Iranian film has been selected for an out-of-competition screening, but that film--"The Paternal House" by director Kianush Ayari--is in disfavor with the regime and has not been approved for screening without "corrections.
I don't know this solution, but am sure that a good paint shop can fall in disfavor in one year that is based on nothing more than pilots who expect Van Gogh workmanship and are simply unrealistic except in their own minds.
The Energy Minister stated that nontheless the country does not plan to disfavor its extensive coal mining industry and it remains a priority too.
A) For all possible outcomes in which there exist agents capable of having pro- and con-attitudes: (i) worthiness of favor is a strictly increasing function of goodness of outcomes; (ii) worthiness of disfavor is a strictly increasing function of badness of outcomes.
The concessions and change of the name dictated by Greece that we must only carry out is something that the citizens disfavor.
Sell Your Home Fast: In a Buyer's Market" is a guide to selling one's home when the market seems to be in disfavor.
As regards politics and law this implies that no adult may be treated with special favor or disfavor by the legal authorities, whether in court or via public policy.
Several states have lifted or even eliminated caps on charter schools after learning that the DOE would look with disfavor on states that had them, and as in California, officials in Wisconsin, New York and Nevada are considering what to do with their own state laws prohibiting the use of test data to evaluate teachers.
That approach fell into disfavor, however, when a meta-analysis of 19 randomized controlled trials involving more than 135,000 participants found that vitamin E supplementation for at least 1 year at doses greater than 400 IU / day was associated with increased all-cause mortality (Ann.
Pavlik and her associates undertook their analysis based on patients who were taking vitamin E during the time before highdoes vitamin E fell into disfavor.