unfavorably

All Adverb
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  • But you have no right to judge so unfavorably of my heart. Cited from Autumn Leaves, by Various
  • The character has received mixed criticism, being compared unfavorably to similar characters from the series.
  • In many cases, police response times are unfavorably slow, and usually receive public criticism.
  • The Chinese building program also had been affected unfavorably by the war. Cited from History of the World War, by Francis A. March and Richard J. Beamish
  • After he spoke out unfavorably against county policies, he lost his contracts with the county.
  • My companions did not look unfavorably on me, but I was no more than another to them. Cited from Light, by Henri Barbusse [Tr.: Fitzwater Wray]
  • Cities which had for ages had the advantage of a good situation were now unfavorably placed. Cited from European Background Of American History,by Cheyney
  • The film was met with mixed reviews and was unfavorably compared to the original film.
  • I remember that I thought you were comparing us unfavorably with other places. Cited from A Hoosier Chronicle, by Meredith Nicholson
  • This is particularly the case where their measures bear too unfavorably on his own interests, or those of the army. Cited from History Of The Conquest Of Peru, by Wm H. Prescott
  • You would, therefore, find in me many singularities that might strike you unfavorably. Cited from Life, Leter, and Philosophy of Ninon de L'Enclos, Robinson and Overton
  • Up to this time the slave-trade had been looked upon most unfavorably by the people of the South. Cited from The Memories of Fifty Years, by William H. Sparks
  • At the same time I think that the lower orders are seen unfavorably when enjoying themselves. Cited from Gilbert Keith Chesterton, by Maisie Ward
  • Mr. Green drew back a little and regarded him unfavorably. Cited from Sailor's Knots (Entire Collection), by W.W. Jacobs
  • You felt at once that she knew another method, a much better method, with which yours compared most unfavorably. Cited from The Mountains, by Stewart Edward White
  • She herself thought unfavorably of these dimples and smiled little in general society. Cited from Middlemarch, by George Eliot[#1]
  • The movie was compared unfavorably to the original movie, and received overall negative reviews.
  • The system initially showed no signs of development, with unfavorably dry air persisting across the region.
  • Of course the doubt affected unfavorably the votes of some of them. Cited from Abraham Lincoln, Vol. II, by John T. Morse
  • His business and military activities were sometimes intermingled, leading some in the colony to view him unfavorably.
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Meaning of unfavorably

  • adverb Showing disapproval; in a disparaging way
    he reviewed the play unfavorably