Definition of unfavorableness in US English:

unfavorableness

(British unfavourableness)

noun

  • See unfavorable

    • ‘This unfavourableness of nature prevented the Africans from looking within and that accounts for their failure to build any civilization in the past.’
    • ‘Also, this can restrict the unfavorableness that noise is superposed on the wiring.’
    • ‘He exemplifies the perfect man through his proper conduct regardless of the unfavorableness of circumstance.’
    • ‘This comparison indicates the degree of favourableness or unfavourableness of a treatment outcome in comparison to the total sample.’
    • ‘Appearances are not a valid means of assessing someone's youth, whose favorableness or unfavorableness is a subjective, not objective, matter.’

Pronunciation

unfavorableness

/ˌənˈfāv(ə)rəbəlnəs/