What is the opposite of favoured?

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Adjective
(of a person) Opposite of liked or admired by the majority of people
“His tendency to lose his temper made him an unpopular character around the club.”
Adjective
Opposite of better than some other option
Adjective
Opposite of treated or regarded with partiality
“When they could not procure the mahi-mahi, Johnny reluctantly accepted the mackerel, his unpreferred choice.”
Adjective
Opposite of arousing or likely to arouse envy
Adjective
Opposite of endowed with divine favor and protection
“The prisoner's condemned life behind bars was self-inflicted.”
Adjective
Opposite of preferred to all others of the same kind
Adjective
Opposite of having special rights, advantages, or immunities
“They have spent years lavishing their love on scores of disadvantaged and special needs children.”
Adjective
Opposite of popular or in demand
Undesirable traits such as health defects, aggressiveness or lack of docility are selected against.”
Adjective
Opposite of having, bringing, or resulting from good luck
“This was a very unfortunate situation to be in, and I decided to remedy it.”
Adjective
Opposite of only used by or consisting of a privileged group
“Impaired judgment may take the form of diminished concern for the future, increased risk-taking, unrestrained drinking of alcohol, and indiscriminate selection of food.”
Verb
Opposite of to have picked one option over another
“I absolutely disfavored just lazing about at home instead of going out for a walk.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to have a preference for
“He might be a popular celebrity, but he tends to avoid the limelight.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to advocate or show support or approval of
“This strategy may, even if indirectly, disfavor the establishment of new, perhaps smaller and specialized private institutions.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to work to the advantage of
“It was asserted that the patent laws hinder the progress of invention.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to endow with a quality, ability, or asset
“Odin didn't strip Thor's power, but he did remove his ability to channel his powers through Mjolnir.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to be obliging or show beneficence toward
“Sorry to disappoint everyone, but the band will not be performing an encore.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to resemble or look like, especially a parent or relative
“Even though they are twins, they differ from each other in looks and personality.”
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