disfavour


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Synonyms for disfavour

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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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Alec, surveying the belt with great disfavour as he put the clasp forward several holes, to Rose's secret dismay, for she was proud of her slender figure, and daily rejoiced that she wasn't as stout as Luly Miller, a former schoolmate, who vainly tried to repress her plumpness.
At noon next day, John Willet's guest sat lingering over his breakfast in his own home, surrounded by a variety of comforts, which left the Maypole's highest flight and utmost stretch of accommodation at an infinite distance behind, and suggested comparisons very much to the disadvantage and disfavour of that venerable tavern.
It is odd that a thing which I have been taught to regard with disfavour and as idolatrous should in a time of loneliness and trouble be of help.
Their being so new and so recent was all in their disfavour; that you could tolerate nothing that you were not used to; and a great deal more to the same purpose, to give them a knowledge of your character.
A tall man in a blue-gray bedgown was regarding him with deep disfavour.
Are we going to do disfavour for the youth of this country by bringing back forces that have absolutely no delectation to this country and dedication to clean politics and dedication to putting the nation before themselves?" she asked.
The fact he was begging made with disfavour with the man concerned and he spoke to Mr Mark in aggressive terms.
'There is no harm in making further pronouncements, but we will look with disfavour on attempts to derail the functions of the Legislature.
The Padang Rengas MP was also quoted by the portal as claiming that remarks made by some DAP heads in the past had suggested their disfavour towards the position of Islam in the constitution.
"Bent on destabilizing the country, the Americans tend to look with disfavour at any prospective rapprochement let alone dialogue between Lebanese parties," he charged.
"But she'll be all too well aware that the distribution of resources from central Government is to the disfavour particularly of our Northern cities in favour of Southern shire counties.