Synonyms of disfavour in English:

disfavour

noun

  • the headmaster regarded her with disfavour
    disapproval, disapprobation, lack of favour;
    dislike, displeasure, distaste, dissatisfaction, low opinion, low esteem
    [Antonyms] approval
  • Phrases

    fall into disfavour

    he fell into disfavour with the king
    [Antonyms] be in favour
    become unpopular, become disliked, get on the wrong side of someone
    informal be/get in someone's bad books, be/get in someone's black books, be in the doghouse
    New Zealand informal be in the dogbox

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