One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the headmaster regarded her with disfavour’
disapproval, disapprobation, lack of favour
dislike, displeasure, distaste, dissatisfaction, low opinion, low esteem
archaic disesteem, disrelish
‘he fell into disfavour with the king’
become unpopular, become disliked, get on the wrong side of someone
be in someone's bad books, get in someone's bad books, be in someone's black books, get in someone's black books, be in the doghouse
be in the dogbox
be in favour
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