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tending to discourage, retard, or make more difficult

bringing, predicting, or characterized by misfortune

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not encouraging or approving or pleasing

(of winds or weather) tending to hinder or oppose

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Pritzker's favorable rating among his fellow Democrats was a somewhat tepid 52 percent, while his unfavorable rating was 22 percent and 26 percent are undecided, despite the tens of millions he has spent over many months to woo those particular voters.
Rated slightly above the most unfavorable category are countries that fall in the "unfavorable" category, which received higher negative (between 65 percent and 70 percent) ratings than positive (between 24 percent and 31 percent) ratings.
The index of unfavorable factors showed slight improvement, but still remained in the contraction zone.
Is your opinion of Planned Parenthood favorable, unfavorable or haven't you heard enough about it?
As I read each name, please say if you have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of these people--or if you have never heard of them.
40% of respondents were favorable about the Parliament, 50% of respondents expressed unfavorable opinion of the Parliament.
According to the report, the split is far more even among women: 39 percent express favorable views, 34 percent unfavorable ones.
On multivariate analysis of preinjury variables, age 40 years or older increased the risk of an unfavorable physical outcome 12-fold (hazard ratio, 11.
Additionally, unfavorable prior accident year reserve development of $32.
1 claims dossiers have received unfavorable EFSA opinions simply because the information provided didn't meet EFSA's expectations (e.
Only 8% of those 18 years of age or older are "very favorable" to the law, while 32% are "very unfavorable.
The national survey conducted in July 2009 by the Pew Research Center found that in the 12 states facing the largest budget gaps, 58 percent of respondents now have an unfavorable view of their state governments, and 38 percent have a favorable view.
Synopsis: Eight in 10 Americans believe people in Muslim countries have an unfavorable view of the U.
1 : expressing or showing disapproval <an unfavorable comment>
In making its recommendation concerning adults, the society cited a randomized trial, conducted by the same study group, demonstrating that adjunctive dexamethasone reduces both unfavorable outcomes and mortality in adults with bacterial meningitis (N.