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Synonyms

unpopular

adjective

disliked by many people

unloved

adjective

not liked or loved by many people

unfashionable

adjective

not popular or not what most people like, do, or approve of at a particular time

unwanted

adjective

not loved

for someone’s liking

if something is too expensive, too dark etc for someone’s liking, they do not like it because it is too expensive, dark etc

out of favour

no longer liked, popular, or fashionable

in someone’s bad/good books

used for saying that someone is annoyed with you/pleased with you

misbegotten

adjective

formal used about a person who you do not like or respect

unrequited

adjective

if your love for someone is unrequited, they do not love you even though you love them

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be in bad odour (with someone)

if you are in bad odour with someone, they are not happy about something that you have done

be in someone’s good/bad graces

to be in a situation in which someone is pleased or angry with you

hell hath no fury (like a woman scorned)

used for saying that a woman who cannot make someone love her can be extremely angry

Marmite

adjective

British used for describing something that people tend to strongly like or strongly dislike

not be someone’s cup of tea

if someone or something is not your cup of tea, you do not like them or do not consider them interesting

someone’s name is mud

used for saying that someone is not liked because of something that they have done

Antonyms

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hygge

a lifestyle focussing on simple pleasures such as comfort and cosiness in the home, and spending time with friends and family

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Open Dictionary

sofar

a form of location that involves the underwater detonation of a bomb which causes sound waves that are picked up by ships

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