Definition of "unfavoured" [unfavoured]

  • Alternative form of unfavored. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "unfavoured" in a sentence
  • "Beneath the headlines was the story of a boy born in a desperately unfavoured district of Nottingham, whose mother died when he was three, who spent his own childhood helping to bring up his three younger siblings, who never learnt to read or write properly, and whose father was jailed three years ago for selling heroin and crack."
  • "A voter should be able to use his SINGLE vote to vote either FOR or AGAINST his favoured or unfavoured candidate."
  • "Mr. Dennel was a man as unfavoured by nature as he was uncultivated by art."
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