Simple past tense and past participle of disfavour.(verb)
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Use "disfavoured" in a sentence
"However, in a recent report from the US Department of Homeland Security "disfavoured" the use of RFID tags for person ID purposes: "RFID can reduce the delay when people pass through chokepoints that require identification."
"Sicne the Reagan years, taxation has disproportionately disfavoured the middle class."
"In the end only 18% of the votes featured Fábregas, and these in five broadly disfavoured midfield compositions the 9% wanting Busquets-Xavi-Fábregas being the most notable."