disfavor definition

  • noun:
    • undesirable opinion or regard; disapproval.
    • the healthiness of becoming regarded with disapproval.
    • alternate spelling of disfavour.
    • Want of favor of positive respect; disesteem; disregard.
    • their state of not in benefit; a being beneath the displeasure of somebody; state of unacceptableness.
    • An unkindness; a disobliging act.
    • bad regard; slight displeasure; discountenance; disesteem; disparagement: because, the conduct regarding the minister incurred the disfavor of his sovereign; to talk in a single's disfavor.
    • Want of favor; hawaii of being regarded unfavorably: because, to be in disfavor at judge.
    • An act of neglect, dislike, or unkindness.
    • Synonyms Disfavor, Disgrace, etc. See odium.
    • an inclination to withhold endorsement from some individual or team
    • the state of being off favor
    • undesirable viewpoint or respect; disapproval.
    • the healthiness of being regarded with disapproval.
    • Alternative spelling of disfavour.
    • Want of favor of positive regard; disesteem; disregard.
    • The state of not in favor; a being in displeasure of some one; condition of unacceptableness.
    • An unkindness; a disobliging work.
    • bad regard; slight displeasure; discountenance; disesteem; disparagement: because, the conduct associated with minister incurred the disfavor of his sovereign; to talk in a single's disfavor.
    • Want of favor; hawaii to be regarded unfavorably: because, to be in disfavor at court.
    • An act of neglect, dislike, or unkindness.
    • Synonyms Disfavor, Disgrace, etc. See odium.
    • an inclination to withhold approval from some person or team
    • their state to be away from benefit
  • verb-transitive:
    • To view or treat with dislike or disapproval.
    • To withhold or withdraw benefit from; to view with disesteem; to exhibit disapprobation of; to discountenance.
    • To injure the shape or looks of.
    • to see or treat with dislike or disapproval.
    • To withhold or withdraw favor from; to consider with disesteem; to show disapprobation of; to discountenance.
    • To injure the shape or looks of.
  • verb:
    • alternate spelling of disfavour.
    • placed at a disadvantage; impede, harm
    • alternate spelling of disfavour.
    • put at a disadvantage; hinder, damage
  • others:
    • To withdraw or withhold favor, friendship, or help from; check or oppose by disapprobation; discountenance.
    • To mar; blemish; disfigure.
    • To withdraw or withhold benefit, friendship, or help from; check or oppose by disapprobation; discountenance.
    • To mar; blemish; disfigure.

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