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disfavor (n.)

1530s "unfavorable regard, slight displeasure;" 1580s, "state of being regarded unfavorably;" see dis- "the opposite of" + favor (n.). As a verb, "withdraw or withhold favor or support," from 1560s. Related: Disfavored; disfavoring.

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Definitions of disfavor from WordNet
1
disfavor (n.)
the state of being out of favor;
he is in disfavor with the king
Synonyms: disfavour
disfavor (n.)
an inclination to withhold approval from some person or group;
2
disfavor (v.)
put at a disadvantage; hinder, harm;
Synonyms: disadvantage / disfavour
From wordnet.princeton.edu