Origin of ill-favored
Related formsill-fa·vored·ly, adverbill-fa·vored·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for ill-favored
"Faust has had his lesson," thought Crane, as he took from a drawer the stable-boy's ill-favored note.Thoroughbreds|W. A. Fraser
In one, the growing season is too short and ill-favored; in the other, too long to stimulate man to sustained industry.
In twenty-four hours I was hard at work writing up my then most ill-favored bailiwick.Modern American Prose Selections|Various
Abandonment is an ill-favored finding, which cannot be presumed, but must be conclusively proven.
The mountain state learns to exploit this one advantage of its ill-favored geographical location.