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unfavorably

adverb as in negatively

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It also showed a near majority of females view the GOP unfavorably.

Critics compared it unfavorably with Fargo, for which the Coens had won an Oscar the year before.

Indeed, 70 percent of white college graduates now look unfavorably on the GOP.

Which raises the questions—is it enough to reform a body that has been unfavorably compared to the House of Lords?

This low turnout is remarkable given how unfavorably Obama is viewed by much of the yeoman class.

He even sought an interview with Pappoose and asked her to describe the rakish traveler who had so unfavorably impressed her.

He was commenting unfavorably on this correspondent and on miscellaneous letter-writing in general.

My Active Power (Thatkraft) was unfavorably hemmed in; of which misfortune how many traces yet abide with me!

I hope you are not unfavorably affected by the sudden warmth which comes with the beautiful sunshine.

A portion of those from California spoke unfavorably of that country; and those from Oregon spoke highly of the latter country.

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On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unfavorably, such as: adversely, critically, conflictingly, contrarily, disparagingly, and opposingly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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