unfavourite

unfavourite

(ʌnˈfeɪvərɪt; ʌnˈfeɪvrɪt) or

unfavorite

adj
not favourite or favoured
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Dashti's stature would be the most unfavourite" to be allowed to be elected by people's vote by those in the power circles of the establishment.
His brilliant polemical Introduction to the Oxford Book introduced me to my favourite poet's unfavourite poet, and prompted me to open--for the first time--The Collected Poems of Wilfred Owen.
Dealing with money is my absolute unfavourite thing about being a grown up.
Walthamstow has the heats of the VCbet Puppy Stakes over 475m, for which the sponsor makes West-mead Keawn the Unfavourite after his four successive wins over C&D.
But then, having seen his unfavourite centre-forward turn dross into, well, brass, he presumably needed to lie down in a darkened room.