Part of speech:
Anything that dissatisfies
A statement opposing something that is about to occur in a courtroom, or has already occurred, as being improper, out of order, or against procedural rules. It is up to the judge to rule on the objection’s validity, or to overrule it. A timely objection that is entered into the trial record, along with appropriate argument on its validity, may form the basis for an appeal to a higher court. See also challenge and motion in limine.
Loss of favor or respect; public dishonor; ignominy; disrepute; shame
Not reputable; having or causing a bad reputation; discreditable
Extremely unpleasant; repulsive:
The definition of an aversion is a dislike or distaste for something or someone, or a desire to avoid something or someone.
Damage, harm, or loss:
Lack of esteem; disfavor
Damage to or loss of reputation.
Odium is defined as dislike or hatred of someone because of their behavior or actions.
(Physics) The force that causes particles or bodies to repel one another, as from having the same electric charge or magnetic polarity.
Favor is defined as approval or something you do for someone else.
(Usually plural) Something that a person likes (prefers).
The definition of approval is accepting something or permitting something.
Sponsorship, in means of money, by a company, business or enterprise.
Moral disapproval; condemnation.
To feel and express disapproval of; plead against
To put out of countenance; disconcert.
To have or express an unfavorable opinion of
To feel or express disapproval or dislike
An unkindness; a disobliging act.
Disrespect is defined as rudeness or a lack of courtesy.
The act of refusing or failing to pay a check, draft, bill of exchange, etc.
Find another word for disfavor. In this page you can discover 35 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for disfavor, like: dissatisfaction, objection, disgrace, detrimental, disadvantageous, disreputable, odious, aversion, detriment, disadvantage and disapproval.