Definition of unfavourite in English:

unfavourite

Line breaks: un|favour¦ite
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈfeɪv(ə)rɪt
 
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(US unfavorite)

adjective

[attributive] informal
Least favourite; most disliked: she was the unfavourite one of her mother’s three children
More example sentences
  • A huge crowd queued excitedly for the opportunity to slap some foam on their favourite (or unfavourite) teacher.
  • He's always been one of my most unfavourite actors ever; this just makes it official.

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