Definition of unfavorable
unfavorablyplay \ˌən-ˈfā-v(ə-)rə-blē, -ˈfā-vər-bəl\ adverb
Examples of unfavorable in a sentence
She formed an unfavorable impression of him.
<the company chose to accept the unfavorable settlement rather than spend more money on legal fees>
First Known Use of unfavorable
UNFAVORABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unfavorable for English Language Learners
: likely to cause problems or difficulties
: expressing disapproval
UNFAVORABLE Defined for Kids
Definition of unfavorable for Students
1 : expressing or showing disapproval <an unfavorable comment>
2 : likely to make difficult or unpleasant <We had unfavorable weather for our trip.>
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