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Definition of "unfavourable" []

  • Not approved of (adjective)
  • Opposing or hindering (adjective)

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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.’"