out of favour

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  • He soon fell out of favour after making six appearances for the senior team.
  • However, the following season he fell out of favour and saw much less match play.
  • During the latter years of his life he fell somewhat out of favour with his master.
  • He played the opening two games of the following season, but fell out of favour.
  • Her plays fell out of favour after her death and are now rarely performed.
  • During her lifetime and after her death her work fell out of favour.
  • At this point northern art began to fall almost completely out of favour in Italy.
  • He was an important figure in the early history of the movement but later fell out of favour.
  • For some reason or other he got out of favour. Cited from Vivian Grey, by The Earl of Beaconsfield
  • People fall in and out of favour all the time.
  • There were no clear or generally accepted reasons on record for his falling out of favour.
  • Since that time, however, the rule has fallen out of favour.
  • She is rather of your way of thinking, and so is out of favour with the Church. Cited from The Master-Christian, Marie Corelli
  • In the 1970s his work fell out of favour and he disappeared from the art scene.
  • Since then, the work has fallen out of favour and has not been revived.
  • Why, for taking one's part that's out of favour. Cited from King Lear, by William Shakespeare
  • However, this type of design fell out of favour.
  • Its use had fallen out of favour by the middle ages.
  • Playing for the local village side, he dropped out of favour and was never selected for Wales again.
  • However, he fell out of favour within the squad and was released from his contract in July.
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