Synonyms for disfavor
|Grammar : Noun|
|Spell : dis-fey-ver|
|Phonetic Transcription : dɪsˈfeɪ vər|
Top 10 synonyms for disfavor
Définition of disfavorOrigin :
- 1530s; see dis- "the opposite of" + favor (n.). As a verb, from 1560s. Related: Disfavored; disfavoring.
- noun dislike; disgrace
- The big stone was on her foot and she regarded it with disfavor.
- Extract from : « Four Girls and a Compact » by Annie Hamilton Donnell
- This means that real merit is not rewarded, and that the Duke looks on me with disfavor.
- Extract from : « The Chinese Fairy Book » by Various
- He regarded his guest doubtfully, with a shadow of disfavor.
- Extract from : « Hidden Water » by Dane Coolidge
- Both in town and country, the riffraff of the houseboat element are in disfavor.
- Extract from : « Afloat on the Ohio » by Reuben Gold Thwaites
- She did not feel that the baby was a mark of Heaven's disfavor, but rather of its favor.
- Extract from : « In a Little Town » by Rupert Hughes
- Now, report had said a great deal in disfavor of Irene Ashleigh.
- Extract from : « A Modern Tomboy » by L. T. Meade
- The nuns looked upon them with disfavor, and the pope withdrew his protection.
- Extract from : « Deaconesses in Europe » by Jane M. Bancroft
- She and his agents reported every mark of favor or disfavor which she received.
- Extract from : « Lucretia Borgia » by Ferdinand Gregorovius
- Twins, when they occur, are looked upon with disfavor by most people.
- Extract from : « The Physical Life of Woman: » by Dr. George H Napheys
- The Knights of Labor received the heaviest weight of disfavor.
- Extract from : « The New Nation » by Frederic L. Paxson
Antonyms for disfavor
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