Having an ugly or unattractive face. See Synonyms at ugly.(adjective)
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Use "ill-favored" in a sentence
"For the most part, these were dark, crusty, ill-favored things, and it mattered little whether the artist attempted a still life of old wooden shoes or an interior scene of peasants consuming a frugal repast, as forms and shapes were barely discernible in his murky canvases."
"God only knows why anyone would want to conquer such an unsightly, ill-favored land."
"A tall, straight-bodied, and by no means ill-favored young Highlander at close range is breath-taking."