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Definition of "disfavour" [disfavour]

  • The state of being out of favour. (noun)
  • 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."