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Use "unfavourable" in a sentence
"Saying something unfavourable is “caused” by one’s genes is a great way to excuse bad impulse control, and my inner Calvinist wants to tear her hair out in frustration."
"He had some tricky decisions to make throughout the series, and he was under pressure from a number of quarters, Flower said, referring to unfavourable pre-series media scrutiny."
"She reached the second item of the so-called unfavourable news; and her face flushed as she read how the doctor had learnt ‘that there was something in your path worse than narrow means, and that something is a woman.’"