- chiefly British English spelling of disfavor (q.v.); for ending, see -or. Related: Disfavoured; disfavouring.
- 1. He was in disfavour with the ruling party.
- 2. She eyed his unruly collar-length hair with disfavour.
- 3. Soon the queen fell into disfavour and was executed.
- 4. John seems to have fallen into disfavour with Mary.
- 5. He is regarded with disfavour.
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