The act of showing lack of favour or antipathy.(verb)
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Use "disfavour" in a sentence
"Moral disfavour is something you're going to have to get used to, we fear, especially if you're going to carry on preaching the condemnation of homosexuality in a culture that now very often, and more so by the day, deems that message as obsolete and objectionable as the condemnation of "miscegenation.""
"Yet she saw she was often in some kind of disfavour with her husband, and it made her uneasy."
"If you stick around long enough, you fall into disfavour."