unfavorably

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I heard him praise my horse and compare him not unfavorably with his own which he had lost that morning'.

There is one other aspect of the British character which impressed me unfavorably.

Sapor had formed the resolution to renew the contest terminated so unfavorably forty years earlier by his grandfather.

This blend of abandonment and secrecy impressed her unfavorably.

The crisis of his life was passed, and unfavorably for his hopes and aims.

At a recent exhibition his pictures had been unfavorably criticized.

It appears as though he were unfavorably disposed toward her.

Somehow Jim had seemed to be unfavorably influenced by these new conditions.

They argued, I fancied, as unfavorably for my suit as for the humility of the lady whom I was about to meet.

I had an inward start at this information, and Mr. Storey regarded me unfavorably.

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