Pronunciation of Dis-Favoring
/dˈɪsfˈe͡ɪvəɹɪŋ/, /dˈɪsfˈe‍ɪvəɹɪŋ/, /d_ˈɪ_s_f_ˈeɪ_v_ə_ɹ_ɪ_ŋ/

Synonyms for dis-favoring:

deprecate (verb)

depreciate, derogate, detract, discountenance, disesteem, disfavor, disparage, expostulate, frown, object, pooh-pooh, rip, take down, Discommend, run down, put down, take exception to, disapprove of, not go for, cut down to size, mudsling, poor mouth, protest against, take dim view of.

disapprove (verb)

blame, censure, chastise, criticize, decry, denounce, deplore, deprecate, disallow, dislike, dismiss, dispraise, frown on, nix, oppose, pan, pass on, refuse, reject, remonstrate, reprehend, reprobate, reprove, slam, spurn, turn down, veto, zing, object to, look down on, damn, find fault with, set aside, find unacceptable, look askance at.

discountenance (verb)

condemn, disapprove, discourage, dispute, resist, hold no brief for, take a dim view of, count me out, not stand for.

discourage (verb)

check, chill, control, curb, disincline, divert, frighten, hinder, hold back, hold off, impede, indispose, inhibit, interfere, keep back, obstruct, prevent, quiet, repress, scare, shake, talk out of, turn off, warn, withhold, Disadvise, put off, throw cold water on, turn aside.

discredit (verb)

blow up, defame, degrade, destroy, disgrace, dishonor, disprove, explode, expose, frown upon, puncture, reproach, ruin, shoot, show up, slander, slur, smear, tear down, vilify, reflect on, bring to naught, bring into disrepute, disconsider, knock bottom out of, poke full of holes, take rug out from under.

discriminate (verb)

contradistinguish, favor, hate, incline, judge, segregate, separate, single out, victimize, set apart, be bigot, be partial, show bias, treat as inferior, treat differently.

disesteem (verb)


disgrace (verb)

abase, attaint, besmirch, blot, debase, defile, depress, deride, desecrate, discredit, disregard, disrespect, expel, humble, humiliate, libel, lower, mock, reduce, ridicule, snub, stain, stigmatize, sully, taint, tarnish, take down a peg, lose face, give a black eye, tar and feather.

dislike (verb)

abhor, abominate, avoid, contemn, despise, detest, eschew, execrate, loathe, mind, regret, resent, scorn, shun, Antipathize, Disrelish, shudder at, not care for, be allergic to, be averse to, be turned off to, bear malice toward, grossed out on, have hard feelings, have no stomach for, have no taste for, lose interest in, make faces at, not appreciate, not endure, not feel like, not take kindly to.

disrelish (verb)

distaste, Mislike.

frown (verb)

show displeasure.

hate (verb)

anathematize, curse, disdain, nauseate, allergic to, down on, be reluctant, have no use for, be sorry, recoil from, be disgusted with, be hostile to, be loath, be repelled by, be sick of, bear a grudge against, can't stand, feel malice to, have an aversion to, have enough of, spit upon.

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