ill-favored

[ il-fey-verd ]SEE DEFINITION OF ill-favored

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ILL-FAVORED

I was satisfied that Emily did not think I was an ill-favored young man.

And then, what would it matter to her that she was ill-favored?

The most ill-favored of the trio was an acquaintance of Ike Hardman.

In the latter but one man was to be seen, and an ill-favored man he was.

Whom does the Lady Theodora honor by sending so ill-favored a messenger?

He had a home; but he was one of the most ill-favored rascals I ever laid my eyes on.

With ill-favored faces, they would whisper to each other and pass on.

The officers were not ill-favored, only servile and full of fear of him.

I am old and ill-favored; and I know that, any way, you will forever hate me.

I am an ill-favored Spanish grandee, for whom she feels an aversion to which she will not confess.

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