unfavoured

unfavoured

(ʌnˈfeɪvəd) or

unfavored

adj
1. not regarded with especial kindness or approval: unvalued and unfavoured daughter.
2. not regarded with partiality or favouritism: the unfavoured far side of the course.
References in classic literature ?
Others, on the contrary, are disposed to form unfavourable opinions of her mind, and disposition, if it be but to excuse themselves for their instinctive dislike of one so unfavoured by nature; and visa versa with her whose angel form conceals a vicious heart, or sheds a false, deceitful charm over defects and foibles that would not be tolerated in another.
VVJERSEY Stakes favourite Le Brivido, who traded at 26 in running on Betfair, did really well to wear down Spirit Of Valor after racing on what might have been the unfavoured middle part of the track.
Stubbs insists supporters are now beginning to see the benefit of Cummings practising with his unfavoured right foot.
However, the Red Devils and the Gunners are also suggested to be seriously considering on acquiring the unfavoured youngster, as they look to add depth and quality in their defensive line.
Starting in an unfavoured left role, he provided a fine assist but looked uncomfortable at times, leading some to propose that he should be dropped for the must-win clash against Uruguay - a suggestion put to England and Manchester United team-mate Welbeck.
Podolski's goals came from his unfavoured position on the left wing but he said: "When you score the goals nobody speaks about where you play.
Mick Easterby''s filly AETNA won with cut in the ground on her debut during the spring and encountered it for the first time since at Ayr last month when 'winning'' her race on the unfavoured far side of the track in the South Ayrshire Cup to finish a creditable third.
Vale should have taken the lead on 35 minutes when Myrie-Williams shot wide on his unfavoured right foot from 12 yards out.
He raced on the unfavoured side at Wolverhampton when finishing sixth and looks capable of much better.
All led to mass starvation, widespread death and the utter degradation of unfavoured people.
Despite apologising several times Cassano remains unfavoured and unselected, while an arbitration panel is due to rule on the legality of the suspension.
Halsall's hectic week in the sub-continent began with her sailing into the final of one of her unfavoured events, the 50m butterfly.