- n.不赞成; 讨厌; 不得人缘; 不利;
He fell into disfavor as the president fell in the polls.
He is in disfavor with the king.
He regarded my suggestions with disfavor.
Most people disfavor his ideas because they are outdated.
Thomas seems to look upon the proposal with disfavor.
This attitude can arouse others'disfavor toward them.
When the mothers came to Him with their little ones, the disciples looked on them disfavor.
Foggartism having met with high disfavor and unpopularity, Michael became interested in slum improvement.
AOL is in wall street gradually disfavor, had been the fact that does not dispute.
This is a blank check for federal judges to get rid of cases they disfavor.
1. the state of being out of favor;
"he is in disfavor with the king"
2. an inclination to withhold approval from some person or group
1. put at a disadvantage; hinder, harm;
"This rule clearly disadvantages me"