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unfavorable (adjective), more unfavorable, most unfavorable
1. Exhibiting a lack of support or acquiescence: Mrs. Simpson was informed of the unfavorable news that her daughter was getting a divorce from her husband because she like him very much as a son-in-law.
2. Disposed to being adverse or unpromising: The unfavorable weather conditions led to many accidents on the roads, in addition to cars being driven much too fast.
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(Latin: to make worse, to become worse; lower, inferior; unfavorable; decline, declining; diminish, diminishing)