ill-favoured

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ill-favored

adj
1. unattractive or repulsive in appearance; ugly
2. offensive, disagreeable, or objectionable
ˌill-ˈfavouredly, ˌill-ˈfavoredly adv
ˌill-ˈfavouredness, ˌill-ˈfavoredness n
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.ill-favoured - usually used of a face; "an ill-favored countenance"
ugly - displeasing to the senses; "an ugly face"; "ugly furniture"
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Translations

ill-favoured

ill-favored (US) [ˈɪlˈfeɪvəd] ADJ (liter) (= ugly) → mal parecido
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ill-favoured

ill-favored (Am) [ˌɪlˈfeɪvəd] adj (ugly) → sgraziato/a, brutto/a; (objectionable) → sgradevole
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