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  • s  usually used of a face
    an ill-favored countenance

  • Fished, seemingly, from the bottom of the troll pond by Britain's Got Talent, these two humble, working-class, physically ill-favored souls were suddenly found to be capable of .
  • His ill-favored but blindly loved daughter Jeannie (Hope Davis) is about to marry a slippery water-bed salesman (Dermot Mulroney) and be absorbed into his awful family.
  • The city was still digesting a huge and largely ill-favored population increasepeople had flooded in to take jobs in booming wartime industry.

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