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disesteem to disfavor, disrespect, or have low regard for. [2 definitions]
disgrace the state of being in disrespect, dishonor, or disfavor; shame. [2/3 definitions]
disrepute ill repute or low regard; disgrace or disfavor (usu. prec. by "in" or "into").
eclipse a decline into obscurity, disfavor, or low status. [1/6 definitions]
in Dutch (informal) in trouble or disfavor.
in someone's bad graces having the disfavor and disapproval of someone.
in the doghouse in disfavor.
propitiate to overcome the disfavor or distrust of; conciliate; appease.
shame the state of being in disrepute or disfavor. [1/8 definitions]
Siberia (informal) any location, job, or the like to which a person is assigned for punishment or as a sign of disfavor. [1/2 definitions]
turn off (informal) to create displeasure, distaste, or disfavor in (someone), esp. after initial enthusiasm. [1/3 definitions]
unfavorable indicating disfavor or dislike. [1/3 definitions]