The unpopularity of the president among the young men was extreme, and the disfavour was not confined to them.
There are no signs anywhere of favour or of disfavour interfering with fidelity.
There were not a few white people in the vicinity of Tuskegee who looked with some disfavour upon the project.
He had been liked, he knew; now he saw the mist of disfavour rise.
The popular feeling which held these great establishments in disfavour had gradually grown.
The old noble—he had but one arm, she saw—still looked at her with disfavour.
Towards the end of his life he fell into some sort of disfavour, and lived in retirement at Teddington.
What favour or disfavour had he incurred in Spain for his irregular proceedings?
The voices that once spoke in his praise are loud in his disfavour.
I confess it was the affair of the broken china that prejudiced me in your disfavour.