disfavor[ dis-fey-ver ]SEE DEFINITION OF disfavor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISFAVOR
The big stone was on her foot and she regarded it with disfavor.
This means that real merit is not rewarded, and that the Duke looks on me with disfavor.
He regarded his guest doubtfully, with a shadow of disfavor.
Both in town and country, the riffraff of the houseboat element are in disfavor.
She did not feel that the baby was a mark of Heaven's disfavor, but rather of its favor.
Now, report had said a great deal in disfavor of Irene Ashleigh.
The nuns looked upon them with disfavor, and the pope withdrew his protection.
She and his agents reported every mark of favor or disfavor which she received.
Twins, when they occur, are looked upon with disfavor by most people.
The Knights of Labor received the heaviest weight of disfavor.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISFAVOR
- allergic to
- be disgusted with
- be hostile to
- be loath
- be reluctant
- be repelled by
- be sick of
- be sorry
- bear a grudge against
- can't stand
- down on
- feel malice to
- have an aversion to
- have enough of
- have no use for
- look down on
- not care for
- object to
- recoil from
- shudder at
- spit upon